Tupelo, MS — Laser-focused on the casual lifestyles of today’s families, for whom home entertainment often means getting comfortable around a television screen, Lane Furniture (IHFC C800) is introducing seven new motion upholstery collections along with creative technology features this Market in durable materials designed for active modern living.

There are less than six degrees of separation between technology and comfort. Efficient functionality translates into time savings, so you spend less time on the details, and more time getting comfortable.

Apollo, a universal console that can be used with all of Lane’s popular motion products, does just that. It’s packed with features that take home entertainment to the next level, including Bluetooth Wireless technology, iPod docking station, SD-Card slots and USB ports, auxiliary input jack and quality sound speakers along with hidden storage and cup holders.

Today’s consumers are looking for roomy comfortable seating, so Lane is expanding its offerings with a new line of Comfort King motion furniture. Featuring a mechanism constructed of seven-gauge steel that easily supports those with larger frames, Comfort King ensures all family members and friends can kick back and relax with confidence.

New for this Market is Knox, a transitional modular design with radius cut arms, a pad-over-chaise and a 49” seat height that can be arranged to create a sofa or loveseat. Kicking back will be easier than ever with Prime, a contemporary power reclining collection with automotive-inspired padded backs and arms loaded with hidden storage and entertainment options like Bluetooth Wireless technology, iPod docking stations and USB ports.

Zephyr, a casual contemporary silhouette designed to engulf the body in head-to-toe comfort offers the option of power glide mechanisms or heat and message, while Ryder, a transitional sectional with pillow-top seating and a hide-a-chaise zero gravity mechanism amps up the durability factor with Endure fabric.

Source: Lane Furniture

 

 

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