Rhapsody Indoor Playsets Showcased at Architectural Digest Home Design Show in NYC
Luxury Indoor Playsets and Design Trade Program well received at the Leading Residential Design Event in the Northeast
March 25, 2012
CedarWorks featured its Rhapsody luxury indoor play product line in the New York metro market place at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show 3 day tradeshow with more than 40,000 attendees. The Rhapsody Design Trade Program was also officially introduced to the NY professional design community during the exhibition.
“We felt that that partnering with Architectural Digest for our product line rollout in New York City was strategically aligned with our goal to establish our exciting new childrens’ products in the luxury furnishings category.” said Barrett Brown, CedarWorks company president. “We received an excellent response from both the design trade professionals and high end residential consumers drawn from Architectural Digest’s exclusive readership in the greater New York area.” commented Brown.
The Rhapsody product line features ultra premium playsets, play beds and playhouses. The products are exquisitely designed and crafted from premium natural materials, and the innovative modular system allows complete customization for any residential or commercial setting. CedarWorks’ full service professional design team handles every project detail from design through installation.
Credentialed design professionals can enroll directly in the Rhapsody Trade Program at www.cedarworks.com/program.
For more than 30 years, CedarWorks has been committed to designing and crafting the safest, most beautiful, and highest quality play systems for children. Beginning with its signature line of naturally splinter-free Northern White Cedar outdoor swing sets, CedarWorks now offers three lines of outdoor playsets as well as Rhapsody, a new line of fully customizable luxury indoor playsets, loft beds, bunkbeds, and playhouses. CedarWorks donates 10% of profits to organizations and efforts that benefit children and the environment and has planted more than 400,000 cedar seedlings through its CedarWorks ReCedaring program. For more information, visit www.cedarworks.com.