Polart customizes bookcase program

SAN LUIS POTOSI, MEXICO – High-end furniture manufacturer Polart is expanding on the success of its original Bookie Bourbon bookcase by offering the piece in the company’s 400 signature bright colors and durable materials.

With a French Victorian-inspired inside/out design, each bookcase features four shelves and a choice of two colors. Polart names each piece by blending a modern term with a vintage adverb, hence the name Bookie, for bookcase, and Bourbon, for the Bourbon royal family, which ruled different places in Europe from the 16th to the 18th century.

Bookie BourbonPolart is making its Bookie Bourbon bookcase available in 400 signature colors.

“We strive to offer our customers unlimited customization options, from color combinations to outdoor fabrics and finishes,” said Josue Reynoso, CEO and founder of Polart. “By offering these options, Polart pieces can easily be placed in any already furnished home or hotel to add a bright, bold color statement. The Bookie Bourbon Bookcase is a fun twist on traditional bookcases that brings to life our idea of modern Victorian and Baroque furniture.”

Each Polart bookcase begins as a solid steel-welded frame that is placed in a giant mold filled with a polyurethane injection. Then it is finished entirely by hand, including sanding, painting and upholstering. This method ensures every design adheres to the brand’s high-quality standards.

Founded in 2011, POLaRT is a high-end design leader in indoor and outdoor Victorian and Modern Baroque home furnishings created with a twist. Bright colors offset the collection’s traditional styles to deliver a contemporary look and feel.

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