Bedding intros range from high-tech to green

Perry, David
October 2008
Furniture/Today;10/20/2008, Vol. 33 Issue 8, p104
Trade Publication
The article highlights several bedding manufacturers that will be participating at the High Point Market in North Carolina. Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia is unveiling its Martha Stewart: The Good Bed, the sleep sets in the line retail at $1,000 and up. Therapedic Sleep Products displays its I-Care Elite line of specialty sleep beds. Sealy Mattress is showcasing its PurEmbrace Posturepedic latex line.


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