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Fashion Bed Group Unfolds the Future of Bed Design with New SN@P Beds


By Brooke S. Pisarsky With Fashion Bed Group’s new SN@P Beds, set-up and shipping have never been simpler. Making their High Point Market debut, these revolutionary bed designs lit- erally “snap” together for quick and easy assembly. Additionally, each is designed to pack neatly in one box for convenient dis- tribution and delivery. Offered in


six


ranging from classic SN@P Beds


feature


distinct, on-trend styles to contemporary, sturdy,


all-metal


frames and are available in Full, Queen, King and Cal King sizes. Each design comes complete with a headboard, footboard and decorative folding frame. Assembly requires no tools other than the included allen wrench. The following SN@P Beds will be featured at High Point Market: ƒ Alpine: Featuring geometric detailing in a rustic bronze finish on both the headboard and footboard, the Alpine bed offers a truly distinctive design. Priced at $599 for Queen.


ƒ Cosmos: This transitional bed boasts flowing curves with a set of three castings in the center of the headboard and footboard. The warm, coffee finish enhances the subtle, yet stately design. Priced at $399 for Queen


ƒ Dahlia: This design blends classic and chic styling to complement any décor. The bronze accented finish pairs beauti- fully with the beige upholstered head- board to deliver a versatile and timeless design. Priced at $599 for Queen.


ƒ Freemont: Rounded edges contrasted by clean lines in the headboard and foot- board are the hallmarks of the transition- al Freemont design. Decorative castings provide visual accents in a brushed silver finish. Priced at $499 for Queen.


ƒ Laughlin: The nature-inspired Laughlin bed combines organic shapes with a light natural wood finish. Priced at $499 for Queen.


ƒ Lotus: Contemporary in style, this metal bed features a rustic silver finish with light grey upholstered pillows on the


headboard. The detachable pillows allow the consumer to change the look and the feel of the bed in an instant. Priced at $599 for Queen. “Our new SN@P Beds combine style and simplicity in designs that deliver meaning- ful benefits for both online and brick-and- mortar retailers, as well as consumers,” said Ron Ainsworth, Senior Vice President of Merchandising and Procurement for FBG. “Set-up is truly hassle-free and can be done in a matter of minutes, saving valuable time for delivery staff and consumers alike. Add- ing to the beauty of these designs is their ability to pack flat for easy shipping directly to consumers’ homes.” Visit fashionbedgroup.com


REM-Fit Debuts REST Collection Hybrid Adjustable Pillows


By Brooke S. Pisarsky Protect-A-Bed is further expanding its REM- Fit active lifestyle brand with new hybrid addi- tions to its REM-Fit REST Collection, offering advanced performance and custom comfort. The REM-Fit REST Collection is part of the existing REM-Fit Collection and fea-


28 Sleep Retailer / Fall 2015


tures three types of adjustable pillows: Mi- cro Fiber Fill (200 Series), Memory Foam (300 Series) and Gel Top Memory Foam (400 Series). The three hybrid adjustable pillows fea- ture innovative technologies that regulate body temperature during sleep, increase


hot and cool air transfer, wick away mois- ture, and protect against allergens and dust mites. The pillows adjust to the pre- ferred sleeping style, including back, side or stomach, by simply removing or adding the soft micro-fill core or the Support Clus- ter inner filling. The result is a personalized bedding solution that promotes healthy sleep with the right balance of comfort and support. The REM-Fit REST Collection’s Hybrid adjustable pillows are available in the 200, 300 and 400 Series and retail for prices ranging from $119 to $159. Visit REM-fit.com


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