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BanfiZambrelli & Clayton Marcus collection in LV
25
Jan '08
Rowe Fine Furniture begins its inaugural showing at the Las Vegas Furniture Market in Building B, location 950. Collections from three portfolio brands will be shown including Rowe, Clayton Marcus and Robin Bruce.

Within the Rowe brand, two new styles will debut at the Las Vegas Furniture Market. The new BanfiZambrelli collection for Robin Bruce will also be shown as well as styles from Clayton Marcus, which was acquired by Rowe in October 2007.

New from Rowe:
The new styles from Rowe include a grouping of leather pieces including a sofa and chair/ottoman [Grant] and a new upholstered sofa and chair/ottoman modeled after the leather grouping. These new styles will appear at retail in April 2008.

The Grant collection includes a leather sofa and chair/ottoman and is available in nutmeg-colored leather with espresso wood leg finish only. The subtlety of the natural coloring of the leather allows for nuanced highlights as the surface is handled.

The horizontal French seams add a distinctive element as do the vertical baseball seams, all attesting to the hand-applied nature of the construction. The back cushions on both the sofa and the chair are attached with a zipper to prevent slippage.

The Grant sofa measures 80”L x 33” D x 35” H and joins our Mini Mod collection of smaller-scaled furniture as the first leather piece. The chair measures 35” L x 33” D x 35” H and the accompanying ottoman measures 26” L x 19” D x 16” H.

In addition, upholstered versions of the Grant sofa and chair/ottoman are being introduced with similar dimensions to their leather counter-parts. The sofa is also part of the Mini Mod collection and is available in any of Rowe's 500 fabrics and six wood finish options.

Also on display in Las Vegas will be examples of upholstered furniture from Rowe's recently launched Eco-Rowe collection. Initial efforts to produce eco-friendly upholstered furniture include the introduction of two new, eco-friendly cushions; a total of 137, 100% natural fiber fabrics and several enhanced manufacturing and recycling programs at our factory.

Details on the new Eco-Rowe initiatives are as follows:
Natural Fiber Fabrics:
Over the last several years, Rowe has gradually introduced natural fiber content fabrics and currently has 137 such fabrics in the line including 100% cotton, 100% linen, cotton/linen blends and ramie/cotton blends.

- Introduction in October 2007 of Rowe's first hemp fabric – color: sage
- Introduction in October 2007 of Rowe's first bamboo/cotton blend fabric – color: stone

Eco-Cushion:
Rowe's high-resiliency foam core is used in designs where a more tailored styling is desirable. This cushion offers a medium-firm seating experience.


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