Thrive Home Furnishings Welcomes Six New Beds

Share Article

Thrive Home Furnishings is proud to announce the addition of six new high-quality beds to its line of quality mid century furniture for your home.

Polk Bed from Thrive Furniture

We apologize in advance for making it a little harder to get out of bed in the morning

Thrive Home Furnishings is proud to announce the addition of six new high-quality beds to its line of quality mid century furniture for your home.

"We apologize in advance for making it a little harder to get out of bed in the morning," says Thrive Home Furnishings Director Josh Stellin. Thrive is making the bedroom more appealing with a line of six new beds "focusing on key style elements," according to Stellin. The new collection includes beds from Fillmore, Nixon, Sullivan, Tyler, Polk and Jefferson.

The new collection of mid century beds from Thrive Home Furnishings comes in a variety of colors designed to match most bedroom settings. The six new beds fit into Thrive's theme of mid-century modern furniture for the modern heart. Each new bed in the collection is designed for maximum comfort and style. The collection is designed to fit in with other items by the same manufacturers to encourage furniture buyers to purchase matching pieces such as couches, lounges and chairs.

Each bed in the new collection available at Thrive Home Furnishings includes fabric choices ranging from Omega Ivory and Klein Pool to Klein Granite and Klein Atomic. Leather choices include Brompton Brown, Montblanc Midnight, Boulevard Aspen and Montblanc Wolf. Thrive allows customers tor request a fabric swatch to see which fabric and leather choices work best with bedroom decor. Each bed comes with 24 color options for the fabric and four basic leather choices.

Customers can visit Thrive Home Furnishings online or visit the store located in Los Angeles, California. Call (888) 338-1445 for additional information.

# # #

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Josh Stellin
Visit website