Therapedic Continues Tradition Of Innovation And Improvement At The High Point Market By Brooke S. Pisarsky

Innovation and continuous improvement have always been key to Therapedic. At the fall High Point Market, the company will take those traditions to new levels, introducing a new and enhanced Tommy Bahama collec- tion, as well as the new super-premium Buoy- ancy by Therapedic specialty line. Retailers shopping the Therapedic show- room will quickly see how the company has incorporated the stylish history of the venera- ble Tommy Bahama brand and infused it with new looks, enhancements and features. “We have an exotic, new look for the Tommy Bahama beds and we’ve added exciting new features such as MemoryTouch cool foam, Energex foam and copper-infused memory foam for superior comfort, moisture control and cooling that will allow retailers to talk about adding value with consumers,” said Ger- ry Borreggine, Therapedic president/CEO.

The line includes eight innerspring models that retail from $799 to $1,799 with an ad- ditional four smooth-top hybrid models retail- ing from $1,199 to $1,799. Some of the new innerspring and hybrid models in the Tommy Bahama line offer the exclusive patent-pend- ing iFlex Hybrid Quilt, which integrates more than 2,000 micro coils. “This unique design—said to be the world’s first hybrid quilt—provides unparalleled sup- port, durability and breathability,” explained Susan Mathes, Therapedic VP of brand re- lations, “making iFlex the most exciting new innovation in the bedding market.” Therapedic’s new Buoyancy sleep sys- tems have been specifically designed to be a limited distribution product. The upscale line boasts three ultra-premium specialty foam constructions as well as high-density and unique foam designs as the hallmark of this collection. The line-up touts a long list of

quality features that create a superior sleep experience, such as copper gel, antimicrobial properties, the comfort of memory gel cou- pled with the bounce of latex and exceptional open cell technology. “This is a product line that will look, feel and project an aura of high-end bedding,” Borreg- gine promised. “It will be made available to a very select group of retailers, or perhaps, even just one retailer.” Visit

Vispring Partners With Missoni Home To Launch Custom Upholstered Mattresses

By Brooke S. Pisarsky Vispring is adding some color to its custom luxury mattress collections through a part- nership with Italian fashion designer, Mis- soni. The company is offering its handcrafted mattresses, headboards and divans in limit- ed-edition Missoni Home fabrics. The new designs demonstrate Vispring’s exceptional craftsmanship, combining its bespoke exper- tise with Missoni Home’s creativity and fash- ion influence. This high-end collection is ideal for interior designers looking to fuse fashion and function into their clients’ homes. Handcrafted by English artisans, each Vis-

pring bed is made individually to order using some of the world’s finest materials including hand-nested calico pocket springs, horsetail, Platinum Certified British fleece wool, organ- ic cotton, cashmere, alpaca and Mulberry silk. In addition to the mattresses, Vispring offers

customizable divan and headboard sets in a variety of designs and fabrics, such as Mis- soni’s classic black and white “Tobago,” the playful and colorful “Sienna” and the Greek key motif-inspired “Santa Fe,” all of which are perfect for classic or contemporary décor. “For more than 115 years, the Vispring name has been synonymous with the fin- er things in life. We are moving customized luxury sleep products to the next level by adding fashion forward fabrics to our offer- ings,” said Magali Castillo, global marketing director of Vispring. “Missoni Home’s style is characterized by a distinct use of colors and original patterns that celebrate vitali- ty, positive energy and the beauty of life. Pairing our brand’s ethos of ‘Sleep well, live better’ with Missoni’s wittiness seemed like a natural collaboration.” Visit 27

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