CHARLOTTE, North Carolina – Hospitality Furniture Group is revolutionizing furniture sourcing for luxury hospitality brands around the world. With high-quality materials and curated, modern designs, the furniture manufacturer is now partnering with luxury organizations, bringing more than 50 years of experience to hospitality design.

Now, luxury hotels and restaurants can update and easily renovate their spaces with everything from gorgeous chairs and case goods, to outdoor furniture and accessories. Meeting the demand of high industry standards, Hospitality Furniture Group offers a catalogue of sleek, modern and easy-to-install furniture, admired by Wolfgang Puck, Kimpton Hotels and Restaurants, and Hyatt Hotels and Resorts.

Designers turn to Hospitality Furniture Group for manufacturing needs and understand the benefits of working with a full-scale manufacturer. In addition, choice materials and options allow interior designers to craft an aesthetic unique to each space.

“Quality is key here,” says Miloy Sison, the owner of Hospitality Furniture group. “Our products are built to last, with premium materials, but also offer versatility with easy renovation changes and maintenance.” A hotelier’s dream, HFG provides the hospitality industry with high-quality, functional furniture for any aesthetic or space.

HFG is the authority on furniture manufacturing for the hospitality industry. Launching in 1971, the company first manufactured wooden toilet seats for American Standard Asia. Over time, Hospitality Furniture Group began producing 13′′ Television for Sony and Triniton, and then went on to be a large rattan supplier in the eighties. Today, woman-owned and family-operated HFG supplies a full range of furniture designed for luxury hotels and restaurants and also manufactures custom designs in their factory based in the Philipines.

If you are interested in learning more about Hospitality Furniture Group or would like to learn more about furniture manufacturing for the hospitality industry, visit HFGfurniture.com.