LANE FURNITURE'S NEW RECLINERS AMP UP COMFORT FACTOR
October 13, 2012, Tupelo, MS — With TV-centric, wired lifestyles showing no signs of waning, Lane Furniture is amping up the comfort factor in America’s family rooms this Market with the introduction of 13 new recliners.
In line with the company’s new Comfort King motion furniture with a heavy-duty mechanism constructed of seven-gauge steel, Lane is unveiling the Knox Recliner, a transitional design with radius-cut arms to accommodate those with larger frames. Fully reclined, the Knox extends to the length of a king-size mattress—ensuring family members and friends of all sizes can kick back and relax in confidence and supreme comfort.
Eight of the new recliners being introduced offer the option of power recline or heat and massage, and are offered as either Rockers, Gliders or Wall Savers—an innovation which allows recliners to recline using less space. These include Luck, an over-sized zero gravity recliner with pad-over-chaise and Comfort Cradle seating; Tannehill, another over-sized zero gravity design offering radius-cut arms and a supremely comfortable padded biscuit back; the automotive-inspired Mercilus with apex accents in the seat and back and pad-over-chaise scoop seats accented with contrast stitching; Bronson, a casual contemporary design with saddle-back, radius-cut arms and flat-welt detailing, and Parliament, a wing-back recliner with button-tufted accents and traditional skirt with a hide-a-chaise feature.
Jamie is a transitional, high-leg, wing-back design with saber-style wooden legs, offering extra lumbar support and uniquely shaped flared arms that enhance its charm and sophistication. Available in a wide selection of fresh fabrics and colors, it’s a fashionable recliner that looks just as good as it feels!