DeLandis relocates Las Vegas showroom

Brand to showcase 10 new designs

LAS VEGAS – DeLandis Furniture, a power motion upholstery manufacturer, will show in a new, dedicated showroom this week at the Las Vegas Market.

The company’s new 3,300-square-foot space, located at B-1070 in the World Market Center, provides room to show a broader array of product, including 10 new motion designs and four power lift recliners.

Prior to its showroom relocation, DeLandis had shared a space with its sister company leading specialty bedding manufacturer Classic Brands.

“We’re excited about the opportunity to stretch out and get comfortable in our new space,” said Larry Crink, president of sales and product development for DeLandis. “Now, we have plenty of room for our customers to recline and experience the DeLandis comfort differentiator.”

The 10 new motion designs, crafted in its signature top-grain, leather-match presentation, feature power motion and power headrests and are is available in a selection of 20 colors. Seats are designed with gel memory foam for a decadent, sink-into seat, and sofas incorporate Leggett & Platt’s lay-flat mechanism for a full-extension recline.

The motion sofas are priced to retail at $999 and give retailers a function-packed style to promote. The designs are also available in leather-like fabrics, sometimes called breathables, to offer a sharper price point at $599.

In addition to the motion upholstery introductions, DeLandis will highlight four of its power-lift recliners. Price to retail from $299 to $699, the chairs offer features including full-extension recline allowing for feet-up, head-down relaxation, as well as power head rests on several designs. The chairs are also packaged to be shipped via FedEx or UPS.

All of DeLandis’ products offer the ability to mix multiple styles and colors on a single shipping container, allowing retailers to build a complete leather motion program from a reliable resource.

DeLandis Furniture was established as a U.S. brand in 2013 through a partnership between Classic Brands and DeLandis, based in Quanzhou, China. The U.S. company is headquartered in Jessup, Md.

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