Statum Designs Inc. has various accounts established with fabric suppliers that offer contract quality fabrics to withstand the heaviest traffic. Robert Allen Fabrics, Master/ Avant Garde Fabrics, Momentum, J. Ennis and CTL Leathers are some of the leading suppliers to name just a few. COM (Customer’s Own Material) is also an option.
Below is a list of commonly asked questions about our company and product.
Should you have a question that is not on this page, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will be happy to assist you.
Statum Designs Inc. is a Canadian owned corporation established in 1985. We are one of Canada’s largest furniture manufacturers based in Toronto that has a 110,000 square foot production facility and showroom.
Statum Designs Inc. offers an existing collection however this may not limit you. Should you have something specific in mind and this is a large volume project we will work with you to see if we can meet your needs. Please contact our Contract Coordinator to discuss developing something custom.
Orders can be completed within 6-8 weeks from the date the Purchase Order was received; however we have flexibility to produce within a shorter time frame on some occasions.
We manufacture our frames from a combination of engineered wood products and hardwood species such as maple and oak. Our frame work shop integrates the latest technology such as CAD, CNC and Automation Machines, with traditional frame reinforcement methods such as using block, dowels, glue and screws to ensure the strength and integrity of the frame.
We offer a Natural Finish, Cinnamon Finish, Espresso Finish, and Walnut Finish. Should you have a particular stain in mind we are able to match a custom stain.
No minimum is required for any contract order.
Yes, all of our foam complies with California Technical Bulletin 117 – 113, which requires a smolder test for all cover fabrics, barrier materials, resilient filling materials, and decking materials for use in upholstered furniture, and eliminates the use of harmful fire retardant chemicals in foam. Read more here.