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Gold Bond Unveils High-Style, Upholstery Grade Fabrics To Popular Futon Line

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Independent sleep products manufacturer Gold Bond reports that it will be incorporating high-design, upholstery-grade fabrics to its futon collection lineup. The new contemporary patterns feature a soothing wavy pattern and a Greek key woven design each of which are available in two color options.

“Futons are becoming a necessity in many homes, and consumers are looking for more upscale designs to marry with their current interiors,” said Robert Naboicheck, president of Gold Bond. “Our latest fabric offerings fill that niche, and deliver a flourish of style on our classic, space-saving collection of futons.”
Gold Bond partnered with High Point, N.C.-based fabric supplier Culp to develop the covers made of polyester and acrylic or rayon fibers. The rayon and acrylic add softness to the fabrics giving the covers a welcoming, comfortable hand.

The upscale fabrics join Gold Bond’s extensive selection of microfiber color options, tweed selections and a recycled leather currently offered throughout the company’s 18 futon lineup. The new fabrics increase the retail cost of the futons by $100. 


More about Gold Bond: Founded in 1899, Gold Bond is one of the nation’s largest family-operated independent mattress, specialty sleep and futon manufacturers.  The company is a leader in mattress manufacturing techniques and more than a century of experience bring product innovations, high manufacturing standards and executive leadership to the industry. Gold Bond products incorporate the latest comfort technologies in their futons and mattresses, such as Talalay Latex, encased coils and visco-elastic memory foam. Gold Bond currently ships to 40 states and five countries, and its products are available at more than 500 retail showrooms. For more information, visit www.GoldBondMattress.com.

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