New Staples Models For 2012
Staples have recently launched 7 models to their best selling pocket sprung bed collection along with 2 Ottoman beds and new fabric options.
Launched at the National Bed Federation (NBF) Show in Telford at the end of September 2011, the range builds on the heritage of Staples as the manufacturer of luxurious hand-crafted beds with sumptuous fillings and superior aesthetics whilst also offering great value for money.
All of the models in the range contain genuine hand side stitching, natural fillings including bamboo, hard wood corner blocks and soft touch fabrics. The entry level model is Eleanor with 1000 pocketed springs and is upholstered with soft and resilient wool, bamboo for natural freshness and white cotton as the main comfort layer.
The Staples range has turnable mattresses throughout, available in 5 width choices of 90, 120, 135, 150 and 180cm and have a choice of zip and link on the 180cm model allowing each partner to choose the level of mattress tension – medium or firm – which suits them.
As the range progresses the number of rows of side stitching progresses along with the spring counts and types of fillings to include cashmere, silk, hand-teased hair and breathable Dunlopillo latex on the Guinevere.
Durable solid birch drawers are standard on the Cleopatra, Guinevere, Boudica and Britannia models and all models are available with optional storage drawers.
In addition, all bases are available in 3 contrasting colour ways of Cream, Tan and Brown to perfectly match contemporary décor and the chosen mattress.
Finally there is a choice of Ottomans to offer additional storage. There is a standard Ottoman which has a supportive solid top or a pocket sprung option, both available in 3 colour options in widths of 135, 150 and 180cm.
Chris Tattersall, sales and marketing director for Horatio Myer commented “the specification of these new models is quite outstanding and reflect excellent value for money for the consumer and the retailer. I am delighted with them and the reaction from the trade at the NBF show has been extremely positive.”