Hospitality Market’s Leading Comfort Sleeper is a Marvel Of Modern Engineering
New York – American Leather, a leading furniture supplier to the hospitality market, features new collections and products, including its signature Comfort Sleeper, today at BDNY 2014. Opening today at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York City, BDNY is the leading trade fair for unique and innovative products aimed at hospitality design professionals.
“Today we’re inviting BDNY attendees to stop by booth 431 and experience the American Leather Comfort Sleeper which offers comfort and performance that is achieved only through American Leather’s proprietary design and engineering,” said Frank Boardman, American Leather’s Vice President, Specialty and Hospitality Sales. “Hotel owners know there is no compromise in comfort, durability or space with the American Leather Comfort Sleeper.”
Additional options for the American Leather Comfort Sleeper include the Matia double cot style and a gel foam mattress.
American Leather Products Featured at BDNY 2014, Booth 431
Also offered in standard sofa dimensions, American Leather’s Comfort Sleeper™, pictured here in the new high leg Brynlee style, is a convertible sofa bed that features the patented Tiffany 24/7™ sleep system and folds out to a premium foam mattress. There are no uncomfortable bars or springs because the mattress is supported by a solid wood base. American Leather’s Comfort Sleeper mattress is covered with Crypton® fabric, the only patented and tested barrier capable of delivering permanent protection against moisture, stains, dirt, dust mites, microbials and general soiling. Lifetime warranty.
Edison: Edison is a versatile addition to our American Walnut Collection. Bench or cocktail table, you decide as it has the right dimensions for both. The distinctively angled legs - crafted from solid American walnut - provide all the style and support you'll need for either purpose. The generous dimensions of the upholstered top are accented by the clean tailoring of buttonless tufting.
Aaron Chair: Inspired by Danish modern influences, the Aaron chair is sure to be a statement piece for any room. The solid walnut base cradling the contoured, comfortable frame makes Aaron breathtaking at every angle. With subtle curves and refined style, this accent can easily be paired with several different styles.
Knox: Knox is a retro scene-stealer. As a day bed or a seating piece, Knox makes a powerful design statement recalling the mid-century design emphasis on clean, simple lines. Brushed stainless steel legs lead to the American walnut platform under the upholstered and tufted cushion. But it's the solid walnut slats of the back, supported by exposed stainless steel hardware and softened by a perfectly proportioned pillow, that grab your attention.
Morris: Evoking the elegant chaise lounges found on the promenade decks of luxury ocean liners, Morris, designed by Noah Packard, is an adjustable chair with a matching ottoman. The channeled tailoring of the upholstery gives the chair a sophisticated look that is enhanced by the stainless steel rods that allow you to adjust the angle of the back to three different positions. The rich grain of the American walnut truly frames the upholstery and gives both pieces a warm, inviting look.
Davis: A mixed-media superstar, the Davis collection features an exciting blend of brushed stainless steel, leather or fabric upholstery and, of course, American walnut. The metal arms curve around to frame the comfortable upholstered seat and back cushions, and a solid walnut base provides a rich accent across the length of the base. Created by Polis Designs, Davis hints of an industrial contemporary look, but the seating is pure comfort, and the collection includes all the pieces necessary to create just about any sectional configuration.
About American Leather
For more than 20 years, American Leather has expertly blended refined design, meticulous craftsmanship and operational excellence to provide beautiful and durable furniture from its Dallas factory. American Leather uses Cutting Edge™, a computerized, automated system that utilizes video cameras and lasers in both leather and frame fabrication. This innovative technology provides superior accuracy and reliability over other fabrication methods and allows the company to offer handcrafted furniture with lead times that are much shorter than industry standards. http://americanleather.com/hospitality/