Sunpan partners with Corus Entertainment as exclusive on-set furniture provider

Sunpan has partnered with Corus Entertainment to be the exclusive on-set furniture provider for a series of television programs, a move that garners the company nation-wide media exposure.


“Sunpan pieces look great on camera, and are as stylish and chic as the television sets that Corus Entertainment is using them for,” said Senior Sales Executive Kat Tsoi. “The partnership is a natural fit, and we’re looking forward to working together for many seasons to come.”


The partnership launched during the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival as Sunpan provided furniture for the ET Canada TIFF lounge. Hollywood talent sat alongside ET Canada hosts on Sunpan’s Viper sofa and armchair. Other pieces that furnished the set included a sleek Allister end table, and Gotham coffee table.


As ET Canada launched a new season this Fall, Sunpan was also on hand to elevate and reinvigorate the set. On-set furniture includes the Viper loveseat and Toro chairs, Allister coffee table, and Stafford adjustable stools. These Sunpan pieces align with A-list celebrity glam while offering stylish comfort. ET Canada airs weeknights on Global TV at 7:30 p.m.


Another set that Sunpan has already furnished is the Bachelor Canada After Show. The program follows Bachelor Canada where hosts and guests discuss Chris Leroux’s journey to find love. The on-set pieces seen on TV include the Matisse sofa and armchair, and Cielo coffee and end tables. The Bachelor Canada After Show premiered on October 11, 2017 and will run every Wednesday at 10:30 p.m. on the W Network until December 6, 2017.





SUNPAN is a fast-growing global furniture company specializing in the design and manufacturing of transitional and contemporary furnishings.


At SUNPAN we are committed to understanding fashion and design in order to offer a diverse selection of high-end looks at affordable prices. Our products are thoughtfully designed and crafted with renowned international designers to create modern and transitional styles across hard goods, dining, upholstery and art.


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