April 12, 2013-- Furniture Today,
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Several new motion seating groups feature power reclining mechanisms. They are available in fabric and leather covers.
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Adding four value-priced motion seating groups that feature stylish silhouettes with heavy sewing details and a focus on comfort. All are available with power reclining mechanisms.
Three new leather motion sofas feature contemporary styling.
Focusing on power reclining mechanisms with its six new motion seating groups.
The Diego sofa, loveseat and recliner have French style stitching, box welt seat and matching back for a clean tailored look. The Billings sofa and loveseat have adjustable height bun feet and nail head trim.
The Geneva sofa, loveseat and recliner have nail head trim and single needle stitch detail. The group also features windowpane pub backs, comfort cradle seats and pad over chaise styling. The Jasmine sofa, loveseat and recliner have nail head trim, scroll arms and scalloped serpentine front for a very sophisticated look.
The Sorrento sofa, loveseat and recliner offer a clean sleek European shape. A new cool gel foam arm adds cool comfort and relaxation. The Kasbah four-piece dual reclining conversational sectional has a European grid tufted back with exaggerated arms and pillow top seat.
Introductions include six motion seating groups and four recliners. Headlining the new entries is the Siesta group, which features a two-seat sofa design and gel-infused foam seat cushioning. It is at $899 for the sofa and $2,499 configured as a sectional.
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Introductions include a pair of motion seating groups, Lynnton and Keaton.
Ultra contemporary, spacious and deep, Lynnton has plush padding and motion power that enables changes of the chaise seating position from straight to fully relaxed. The group includes a power motion sofa, power motion loveseat and power recliner. Other features include chenille geometric-styled accent pillows, clean contours, and shaped padded arms. Construction features include all-wood frames and pocket-coil seat cushions.
The Keaton motion sectional features a plush chaise and a power motion loveseat available with a two-speaker Bluetooth console that allows for wireless music play from smart devices. With its contemporary design, it has clean modern lines and a heavy shaped self-welt, generous padding and a sleek surface.
Expanding its motion lineup with a pair of pushback recliners and six new motion seating groups. The seating group introductions are headlined by the Masingo series, which features a reclining sofa and loveseat and a recliner with a swivel/glider mechanism. Also unveiling a quick-ship program for lift chairs. The program includes four lift chairs in two base covers that can be shipped in two weeks. Other cover options are available for 21-day shipping.
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Introducing the Motion concept line of Scandinavian- style recliners. The lineup features a newly designed centralized reclining mechanism that allows the chair to glide and tilt.
Introductions include the Milano motion sectional at $1,599 to $2,299 in fabric and $1,699 to $2,399 in bonded leather. The casual contemporary group, which has automotive-style scoop seating and a pad-over chaise design, is available with armless recliners and stationary seats, a wedge and optional storage consoles with a USB port. Also introducing the Holbrook motion sofa at $799, the Arthur lift chair at $799, and the Sloan push-back recliner at $399. The Holbrook is a large-scale sofa with casual contemporary styling, automotive-style scoop seating and an optional drop-down table.
The company's new, larger showroom includes three new motion seating groups with sofa price points of $799 and $899, as well as three new recliners at $399 to $599. In addition, several existing models will be showcased with optional power reclining mechanisms.
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The new ZeroGT4.0 massage chair features body mapping software that massages targeted muscle areas. The massage unit simulates the expert movements of chiropractors and creates an "immersive massage experience" for the shoulders, back and lumbar area. The chair, which also has a foot and calf massage unit, can be set in the zero gravity position.
Adding the Cabot recliner to its popular Designer's Choice collection. The small-scale, contemporary chair delivers an elegant, up-to-date look.
Introductions include a pair of motion seating groups and a recliner that also glides and swivels. The 9077 Denver Red group features a sofa with two reclining seats at $1,299 in leather/vinyl. The group also includes a motion loveseat and chair with glider/recliner mechanisms. The 9171 Harrisburg Brownstone group features a sofa with two power reclining mechanisms at $1,599 in leather/vinyl. The group also has a motion loveseat and a glider/recliner. The new standalone recliner is at $799.
Adding five motion seating groups, Holston, Rochelle, Tortuga, Trenton and Montgomery. Holston is a transitional three-seat sofa group with a "reverse envelope" arm, pub-style back, full pad-over chaise and Euro-style top-stitch detailing. Rochelle is a modular sectional with right- or left-arm facing flex-back chaise to create a variety of flexible seating arrangements. Features include hidden storage, touch sensor cup holder and power recline. Tortuga is a stylish motion group with a storage console, cup holders and optional power recline.
Trenton is a three-seat sofa group featuring pad- over chaise design and Euro-style multi-sectioned back that keeps the soft cushioning in place for added comfort. Montgomery is a three-seat sofa group with a drop down table, cup holders and a two-motor heat and massage system complemented by a console loveseat with a storage console and cup holders. It has double-needle top-stitch detail as well as piecrust welt borders, pub style back, teardrop arm and a full padover chaise seat.
Also unveiling six recliners, including Chatham, a modernized exaggerated wing chair recliner with curved arms and flared wood legs. Bryce has an exaggerated teardrop design headrest, pillow-top arms, scoop seat, three-sectioned pub back and a full pad-over chaise seat. Benton offers large scale padover chaise design and Euro-style multi-sectioned back that keeps the soft cushioning in place. Acadia features large scale signature Lane design with a sculpted pub-back and comfortable scoop seat along with single-needle top-stitch and piecrust welt detailing. Teton has a medium scale Euro design with sleek arms, unique upholstery detail and a pad-over-chaise seat. Denali features a large scale Euro design with a faux lumbar pillow and semi-attached headrest, sleek solid foam arms, double-needle top-stitch detail and a pad-over chaise seat.
MAC MOTION CHAIRS
Introducing a line of glider rockers under the Relax-R name starting at $699 for a chair and gliding ottoman. The chairs feature an all metal frame and a newly designed mechanism that allows the chair to swivel, glide and recline.
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Unveiling three small-scale leather recliners with three-position, push-back mechanisms. One new model features contemporary styling and the other two have traditional styling.
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Introductions include Leaside, a motion seating group that features a sofa with a full chaise. It is available with a console that can be combined with other pieces in the collection to create a home theater look. Also adding six recliners to its lineup at $699 in fabric and $899 in leather.
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The Kelvin Giormani collection is adding several pieces to the Casale I seating group to create a home theater environment.
Focusing on a new lineup of power motion sectionals at $1,799 in leather. Also adding five power lift chairs, four leather motion seating groups and six fabric motion seating groups to the existing line.
Unveiling the AutoFlexT, a power lumbar system that gently stretches the spine and surrounding muscles in the lower back. The expanded showroom also features the AutoLounger line of power recliners, which have hand controls with pre-programmed settings that include the zero gravity position.
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