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Spectra Home Expands Tamara Day Collection at High Point Market

Spectra Home is introducing new furniture under it's Tamara Day collection at High Point Market along with new recliners and sleep sofas. 

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The Tamara Day furniture collection for Spectra Home is expanding for April High Point Market.

Following the positive reception of the Tamara Day by Spectra Home collection rollout at October High Point Market, Spectra Home is expanding the collection to include more family-friendly upholstery. The new offerings include sectionals, sofas, chairs, benches and ottomans covered in fresh fashion-forward fabrics and supple leathers. Experience the entire collection in the Spectra Home showroom, 200 N Hamilton, #213, April 13-17.

“Tamara’s collection is a good fit for our retail partners’ needs and what their customers are looking for,” stated Jim Telleysh, President of Spectra Home. “Their customers want furniture that not only looks good and is comfortable but can stand up to the everyday treatment from pets and kids. We used durable fashion and performance fabrics along with top-grain leathers and blend down cushions for comfort. Designers and retailers can select from over 183 fabrics along with welts and nailhead accents through our Custom Design Program.”

While in the Spectra Home showroom visitors are invited to stop by and see The Chair of Hope. Last Market showroom patrons wrote their special healing intentions on fabric and the Tamara Day by Spectra Home Meyer Chair has been upholstered in it. This chair, infused with hopeful, helpful energy, will be raffled off at the April Market with the proceeds benefitting The Common Thread for The Cure Foundation. “In addition to the chair we are still committed to donating a portion of the proceeds from the Tamara Day by Spectra Home collection to the Common Thread for the Cure Foundation to help provide financial grants to those battling breast cancer in the home furnishings and design industries,” added Jim Telleysh, president of Spectra Home. Visit the commonthreadforthecure.org/event/chair-of-hope-raffle or use the QR code in the showroom. Raffle tickets are $10 each or 6 for $50.


Spectra Home is also expanding its comfort seating selections to include transitional and traditionally styled recliners in fabrics and leathers, some with decorative nailhead trims, in High Point. 

“Motion is king, whether it’s swivel or reclining, customers want chairs that are comfortable and have movement,” stated Telleysh. “Our swivel chairs are already best sellers, so we added more recliners in both push back and power models to meet the motion requests. The power recliners have hidden power buttons with USB outlets for multi-position reclining and charging electronics while relaxing. And with our Custom Design Program customers can select from over 185 fashion fabric and leather covers along with a variety of nailhead trim finishes to coordinate with their room decor.”

Sleep Sofas

In response to retailer needs, the company  is launching a new sleep sofa line based on their two best bestselling sofas, Pasadena and Curry. 

“We have had requests from several retail partners to add a bed option to our sofas,” Telleysh said. “They said that many of their customers have requested comfortable sofas with the ability to accommodate overnight visitors. To address that need we added a 5” memory foam mattress and an easy-open-and-close mechanism to our 75” Curry and our 85” Pasadena sofas. The sleep sofas will continue to have the blend down seats and hardwood frames that make them so comfortable. Plus, with our Custom Design Program designers and retailers can select from over 185 designer fabrics and leathers with contrasting throw pillows and welts at no additional charge along with nailhead trims in a variety of finishes.”

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