Monday, July 20, 2009

The Felt Store- Approved by ShopWiki!



ShopWiki has approved The Felt Store as a certified store! ShopWiki is the perfect guide for shoppers. ShopWiki sorts out your searches amongst the most reputable and trusted sites around.

Visit ShopWiki today, you may find more than what you were looking for!

Friday, July 10, 2009

The Felt Store products now in Bookhou Toronto


Bookhou, a unique boutique owned and operated by 2 fabulously talented designers, is now carrying The Felt Store's storage baskets, table baskets, laptop sleeves, placemats and coasters. If you are in the Toronto area, stop by this Dundas West shop to revel in Bookhou's felt and wood designs, and to have a look and feel for The Felt Store's products.


Bookhou: 798 Dundas Street West, Toronto, Ontario M6J 1V1

Monday, July 6, 2009

Custom Technical Parts and Industrial Felts

A sample of Custom Technical Parts and Industrial Felts.


Despite the fact that The Felt Store sells finished goods for the home or personal use, we also carry Industrial Felts as well as Custom Technical Parts (felt buffing/polishing wheels, gaskets, etc.) Industrial Felts have been traditionally used for just that- Industry use (i.e food industry, auto industry, etc) however lately Interior Designers and other independent designers are noticing the natural beauty of these strong, un-dyed felts.

Industrial Felts come in a wide range of natural gray colors, as well as natural white colors. They are available in sheet form, in 12" x 12" squares as well as by the foot (off the roll). Our Custom Technical Parts are very job specific; please contact us directly at salesinfo@thefeltstore.com for a quote.

Contact us for more information regarding these Industrial Felts or Custom Technical Parts, or visit us at http://www.thefeltstore.com/ to have a look at the variety online.

Fashioning Felt 2009- Fantastic Felt Finds

This chair was designed by Louise Campbell, and is manufactured by Hay. Designed in Denmark, 2001.



We came across this fantastic felt chair in the Fashioning Felt catalog from the Cooper-Hewitt Design Museum in New York. Felt is obviously a very versatile material, and can be used for a variety of things- wall coverings, chairs, stools, and just about anything else. The possibilities of felt are endless!! Check out more items featured in the Fashioning Felt Show 2009:


This felt stool made entirely of Industrial Felt was designed by Chris Ferebee and Laurice Parkin, and is manufactured by 521 Design.


Left: The Urchin Poufs are designed by Christien Meindersma, and manufactured by Flocks. Right: The Striped Carpet is designed by Stephanie Odegard for Odegard.