Creative Woodwork International Introduces Mixed-media Furniture at the Casual Furniture & Accessories Market in Chicago

New Vienna Chair and Table Combine Earth-friendly Eucalyptus Wood and Stainless Steel

MINNEAPOLIS and CHICAGO -– September 20, 2004 -– Creative Woodwork International (CWI), a privately held U.S. company that imports eco-friendly, enduring outdoor wood furniture from Vietnam, introduced its new mixed-media Vienna Chair and Table today at the Casual Furniture & Accessories Market, where leading manufacturers from around the world present the newest and most innovative products for casual and outdoor furnishings. CWI’s new items combine eucalyptus wood and stainless steel and are additions to its Veranda Collection of Lifewood furniture for 2005. CWI is at Suite 8G-238 in the Merchandise Mart.

“Mixed-media design is gaining prominence and popularity as a style alternative for casual furniture,” says Bernadette Carroll, president of CWI.

The Vienna Chair (H35 x W18 x D20.5) features a stainless steel frame with a eucalyptus wood seat and slat back. The Vienna Table (L71 x W32 x H29) has a eucalyptus wood top and a stainless steel frame and legs. The items can be viewed at www.creative-woodwork.net/utility/vienna.htm.

About Creative Woodwork International (CWI)

Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minn., Creative Woodwork International (CWI) is a privately held U.S. company that imports eco-friendly, enduring outdoor wood furniture from Vietnam. Lifewood from CWI, including the Veranda and Lifeware collections, provides a superior alternative to meet consumers’ growing demand for distinctive, durable, and affordable wood furniture that brings comfort and style to outdoor living, naturally. More information on CWI, including Lifewood product catalogs and photos, is available at www.creative-woodwork.net.

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