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Pure LatexBliss shows expanded Prestige collection at High Point Market

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HIGH POINT - Expanding on the growing success of its Prestige collection, Pure LatexBliss introduced an expanded mattress collection at the High Point Market. (See video at bottom of page.)
The new Tuileries model was the most luxurious product in the collection and featured a quilted Talalay latex top, a graphite-infused Talalay latex mattress and an all-graphite infused Talalay latex foundation. The Tuileries is designed to give the consumer the feeling of floating over the most romantic city in the world, but with all the traditional support necessary for a good night's sleep, the Atlanta-based company said.
The Tuileries was developed to provide the ultimate sleep experience by incorporating the benefits of graphite-infused latex both inside the mattress and in the foundation. Like the other beds in the collection - the Etoile-Lux, Etoile Pelushe, Saint Honore-Lux, and Saint Honore-Pelushe Supplementaire -  the 13-inch Tuileries features a graphite-infused latex core and a quilted top with a three-quarter inch layer of Talalay latex for what the company calls "a decadent feel."  For the first time, the producer is utilizing a new nine-inch all-latex foundation that features four inches of the company's graphite-infused Talalay latex. The suggested retail price for the new top model is $12,000. (See video below.)
"From the bottom up, the Tuileries is one of a kind and features more latex than any of our other Pure LatexBliss models, making it the most lavish - and expensive - bed we have ever introduced," said Pure LatexBliss President Kurt Ling. "The response to the Prestige Collection in Las Vegas was overwhelmingly positive. The look and the feel is super-luxurious and is completely different from our other offerings."
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