Changeable panels suit changing rooms set
- PostureZone goes hi-spec. // Cabinet Maker;4/26/2002, Issue 5284, p7
Introduces the Pembroke, the highest specification PostureZone model of Layezee, by P&L Beds. Features of the product; Sizes available; Retail price.
- P&L Beds' new quartet plays a fashionable tune. // Cabinet Maker;9/13/2002, Issue 5304, p4
Reports the release of bed models from P&L Beds in Great Britain. Design of the beds; Price of the beds with mattresses; solid beech headboard and drawers and low beech feet of the Madison bed.
- P&L enters the PostureZone. // Cabinet Maker;11/23/2001, Issue 5264, p3
Introduces PostureZone bed design from P&L Beds. Description of the system; Dimension of the Zambesi model; Expansion of the pine headboard range.
- Layezee in tie-up with Perfecta. // Cabinet Maker;11/10/2000, Issue 5213, p4
Reports on the appointment of Layezee executive Steve Martin as head of P&L Beds after the merger of Layezee and Perfecta Beds.
- Waterbeds for the country. Sears, M.S. // Country Living;Feb1989, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p47
Discusses the popularity of waterbeds, or `flotation sleep,' as it is known in the industry. Health benefits of waterbeds; Comfort; New look of waterbeds; Description. INSET: Want to know more about waterbeds..
- Bed-time stories. DiPiero, Diane; Bartley, Mary Ellen // Colonial Homes;Jun95, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p94
Focuses on beddings. History of beddings; Featured beddings include pillow covers from Peacock Alley, Laura Fisher Antique and Liz Clairborne; Silk charmeuse shams from E. Braun and Co.; Top sheet from Frette.
- Bedtime story. Barrett, N. // Popular Mechanics;Oct87, Vol. 164 Issue 10, p73
One glance at this ash spindle bed is enough to capture the imagination of any woodworker. The eye-catching, arched headboard sets this piece apart from the norm both in appearance and construction. Directions for building.
- Quilts Online. Milne, Amy E. // Piecework;Jul/Aug2009, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p42
The article announces the availability of more than 4,000 bed sheets by Nebraska quilters online at the Quilt Index website, www.quiltindex.org.
- The trademark that fell asleep. // U.S. News & World Report;5/15/89, Vol. 106 Issue 19, p16
Report that Murphy Door Bed Company of Amityville, N.Y., was stripped of its trademark by a federal appeals court last week. `Murphy bed' now thought of as a generic term.