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A desk that offers a classically traditional look, updated with features for easy keyboarding.The included keyboard/mouse shelf slides smoothly out for typing, in for storage on metal slides with safety stops. Pedestal can only be assembled on right side as shown.Two generous utility drawers top a file drawer with a hanging file rail that holds letter letter Read more »
Tempur-Pedic International Inc.will release its financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2008 after the NYSE close of regular trading on Thursday, October 16, 2008. The company will hold a conference call to discuss those results at 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time.
The dial-in number for the conference call is 888-438-5525. The call is also being webcast and can be accessed on the investor relations section of the company’s website, http://www.tempurpedic.com .
For those who cannot listen to the live broadcast, a telephone replay of the call will be available from October 16, 2008 at 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time through October 23, 2008. To listen to the replay, dial 888-203-1112, participant code 7441183.
Tempur-Pedic International Inc. (NYSE: TPX ) manufactures and distributes mattresses and pillows made from its proprietary TEMPUR® pressure-relieving material. It is the worldwide leader in premium sleep, the fastest growing segment of the estimated $13 billion global mattress market. The Company is focused on developing, manufacturing and marketing advanced sleep surfaces that help improve the quality of life for people around the world. The Company’s products are currently sold in over 70 countries under the TEMPUR® and Tempur-Pedic® brand names. World headquarters for Tempur-Pedic International is in Lexington, KY. For more information, visit http://www.tempurpedic.com or call 800-805-3635.
Speaking of transitional, Lexington followed its resumption of issuing brands under its own name last fall with the spring introduction of Hancock Park, an elegant collection both traditional and modern.
Features include black and gold finishes, scalloped designs and jewel-like hardware.
The striking Whitley Heights Mirror, with dark-finished Indonesian mahonie wood surrounding concave glass, can dominate a living room horizontally from above a couch but can also be flipped vertically and displayed more modestly.
Lexington also showed Kingstown, a new licensed Tommy Bahama Home collection that debuted in January in Las Vegas. Pieces evoke the West Indies, Africa and the Caribbean, with British Colonial, Campaign and Safari influences.
The leather and hardwood Tortola Chest features nail-head trim, etched metal escutcheons on the drawers, bronze/copper-like porter’s handles on the sides and bun feet.
Stanley expanded its Young America youth furniture brand, made primarily in Lexington and Robbinsville, with a new 4 Seasons collection of more than 30 pieces in four distinctive, lightly distressed colors.
With classic Louis Philippe styling, the line is intended to be formal, though simple, but also functional.
Trundle/storage units that can be added to beds can serve interchangeably as beds themselves or as storage areas. A new Traditional Stationary Crib, made in China, contains no moving parts so parents won’t worry about safety. Mirrors tilt as a child grows. The collection continues Young America’s “Built to Grow” concept for beds and wall systems that can be modified, taking the child from crib to college.
For adults, Stanley launched Continuum, a transitional (not quite traditional, not quite contemporary) collection of about 60 pieces to be made primarily in Stanleytown, Va. Elements include perimeter framing, Chippendale fretwork, upholstered headboards, woven wood, marble, shagreen, metal and rain glass.
Just two years after its founding as a domestic manufacturer for Lexington Home Brands’ The World of Bob Timberlake collection, Linwood Furniture initiated a fourth line of its own.
Turento, named for a village in northern Italy and featuring Italian, French, Spanish and Portuguese design elements, is an eight-piece bedroom group crafted from cherry veneer and maple solids with a rich burgundy, handworn finish. Read more »
An affiliate of Sun Capital Partners served notice in documents posted Monday by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that it plans to solicit proxies and elect its own candidates to the board of Furniture Brands International at Furniture Brands’ 2008 annual meeting.
Boca Raton, Fla.-based Sun Capital Partners, which is seeking a complete list of Furniture Brands stockholders, is the majority owner of Lexington Home Brands and owns about 9.5 percent of Furniture Brands stock. St. Louis-based Furniture Brands owns Thomasville Furniture. Read more »
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For eight years, Mark Whitley toiled as a professional fine furniture maker without formal accolades.
Often, he had trouble finding a market locally for his work, though it’s showcased at the Kentucky Museum of Art + Craft in Louisville.
As a result, the young man often was discouraged.
But he kept on perfecting his art anyway, with support from his parents, Charles and Neva Whitley, and his wife, Melissa Whitley.
It all paid off a few weeks ago when Mark Whitley won the top award – the Award of Excellence – at the American Founders Bank Woodland Art Fair in Lexington. Read more »
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With the theme song from his reality television show blaring in the background, Donald Trump strode into a showroom at the world’s biggest furniture trade show and started to brag about, of all things, his couch.
“Trump Home furniture offers consumers a tangible way to experience the luxurious Trump lifestyle for themselves … even if they can’t afford millions for one of my properties,” Trump said. “Now the public can not only wear my clothes, they can sit on my couch.”
Should Trump’s over-the-top bombast not suit your personal style, how about a couch from model Cindy Crawford? Or a couple of chairs from teen stars Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen? Such boldface names are all over furniture today, and some touted at the recent International Home Furnishings Market in High Point, N.C., are among the increasing number whose fame isn’t rooted in the business of hearth and home. Read more »
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