Nestled in the town of Sheboygan, Wisconsin, Mayline's place in the furniture industry began in 1939 with drafting tables. Today, their product lines range from some imported casegoods to seating and home-grown casegood lines manufactured in their local plant.
Ever eco-conscious, Mayline has a Sustainability Action Committee to focus on reducing and recycling the waste from their factory, and as a company they have recently implemented programs to decrease steel, wood scrap and paper waste that have been resoundingly successful.
So, what Mayline products does National Business Furniture have to offer? Their casegood lines include the extremely popular Medina collection, which has been featured in our catalogs as well as among our web product offering. With beautiful laminate surfaces in multiple trending color palettes such as Textured Brown Sugar and Gray Steel, we not only promote this collection but use it in one of our own conference rooms in our Wisconsin office.
Sterling is another of Mayline's fast risers. The features we love about this laminate casegood collection include the attractive knife-edges and the curved, raised surfaces. The line has an Oriental vibe, and the softer lines allow each piece to blend well into any existing space while still making a statement.
Mayline doesn't only specialize in laminate lines – their CSII collection comes with steel bases for exceptional sturdiness and durability. If you want a desk that will last you a lifetime, metal is an excellent medium. They also manufacture into several other office areas that are popular with our customer base, including mobile tables such as Cohere for training room purposes, the Sorrento and Corsica conference tables for boardrooms and multiple plan file storage options that are a godsend for architectural firms, building managers and similar persons that work with blueprints and other large format files.
For a complete overview of National Business Furniture's offering of Mayline furniture, view Mayline's diverse collection page.