HIGH POINT, N.C. (October 12, 2009) --- Marrying simplicity with style, and comfort with selection, Marge Carson Furniture is launching "LAUREL CANYON" leather program that offers discerning consumers a selection of frame styles with defined leather and fabric correlations.
Laurel Canyon simplifies the leather- purchase process with a point-of-sale package offering five extraordinary leather and fabric correlations that can be applied on any of three styles of upholstery. They include a contemporary fully tufted armless sofa with exposed wood legs, a more typical richly styled traditional sofa and a versatile multi pillowed Tuxedo sectional.
"Laurel Canyon fills a void in our product assortment," said Marge Carson President Will Sharp. "There continues to be a strong appetite for high-fashion, high-quality leather upholstery in a simple order format that offers great selection and options without sacrificing quality or design."
Supplementing the Laurel Canyon leather program this Fall, the California-based, privately-held furniture company expands its already exceptional assortment of extraordinary fabrics and trims with the latest textures, colors and construction from around the globe.
Founded in 1947, Marge Carson, Inc. manufactures and markets high-end residential furniture, including upholstery, bedroom, dining room, occasional pieces, mirrors and decorative accessories and is one of the world's leading privately-held upper-end wood and upholstery custom manufacturers.
Marge Carson's 24,000 square-foot showroom is located at 121 N. Hamilton St., High Point, NC.
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