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Nice Link Debuts New Power Motion Groups at HP Market

Nice Link Home Furnishings, a leading resource to top furniture brands for upholstery fabric and leather, is unveiling some of its newest designs in power motion at the upcoming High Point Market.

In its showroom on the tenth floor of Market Square Textile Tower, the company will introduce more than 30 power motion groups in various styles including contemporary and transitional with traditional elements and covered with leathers in different grades and finishes.

Nice Link President Jay Carlson said he expects the showstoppers to be leather groups that resemble stationary frames with an off-the-floor look that appeal to more women who want cleaner lines and more sophisticated style in addition to comfortable and functional seating.

“Designing and delivering quality product at a strong value has always been our strength, and over the past year with the challenging market conditions we have worked tirelessly to continue to deliver that value to our partners with solutions that mitigate retail increases,” said Carlson.

Power motion group 4157 is a transitional style with traditional elements featuring power recline and headrest functions with USB port, covered in top grain leather with a wipe-off finish. The medium-width track arms gently slope along the length of the arm and front, accented by hand-applied nail heads, down to three-inch tapered wood legs. Suggested retail on the power motion sofa in leather is $1,599-$1,999.

In a casual contemporary style, power motion group 4130 features curved track arms and four-inch chrome legs. It offers power recline and headrest with optional power lumbar. The 82-inch power motion sofa in leather has a suggested retail price of $1,399-$1,699.







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