SofaZen

Price Full Size Sleeper Sofa (Saffron)

Price Full Size Sleeper Sofa (Saffron). The Price collection from SofaZen has hints of both modern and classic details. The collection features a welted track arm and is upholstered in array of vibrant colors. Handcrafted in the USA, SofaZen hardwood frames are secured with glue, staples, corner blocks, and dowel joints resulting in a seriously strong frame. Our Eight Gauge Sinuous Spring Suspension System ensures springs are spaced only 5" apart, we double the springs on the ends, and install 2 aligning wires for uniform seating and support. Cushions begin with a high-density foam core, wrapped in convoluted foam, then encased in our little secret; hollow fiber, a non-collapsible fiber that will hold it's consistency for years to come. Once construction is complete, upholstery begins. The Price Collection is upholstered in a soft Polyester Blend with 7 stitches per inch and a ?" seam allowance for a perfect fit. The full size pull out sleeper sofa has an incredibly comfortable 4" memory foam mattress your guests will love, they might not want to leave! Product Features Full Size Sleeper Sofa, Handmade in the USA, Eight Gauge Sinuous Spring Suspension System, High density foam cushions encased in non-collapsible hollow fiber wrap so cushions won't lose their shape and provide ultimate support. Full size 4" Memory Foam mattress. Package includes: Sleeper Sofa Setting: Indoor Type: Sofa Colors:Gold Materials: Kiln Dried Hardwood, Eight Gauge Steel Dimensions: 68 inches long x 36 inches deep x 36 inches high Dimensions with Sleeper extended: 68 inches long x 88 inches deep x 36 inches high Story Behind the Art: Based in Salt Lake City, Utah, SofaZen is a fourth-generation family-owned and operated company specializing in handcrafted upholstered furniture. FSC-certified hardwoods are used to build the frames, with most other materials used in production being recyclable. Routers, used to cut fabric and wood, help significantly reduce waste. Fabrics, padding and springs are all applied by hand. As a young man, the company's founder, Louis Henteleff, earned a living reupholstering furniture in the infamous Russian town of Chernobyl. In 1913, in search of a better life, he emigrated to America and found work in an upholstery factory in Los Angeles. Eventually, Louis decided he wanted to open his own factory and heard there were good opportunities in Salt Lake City. In 1928, he and his brother-in-law Ben headed to Salt Lake without any money. They paid a visit to one of the prominent furniture stores in the city and asked not only for some business, but for payment in advance. They got the funds, bought the materials they needed, and the business was born. With its 100-year anniversary approaching, the company is currently operated by Scott and Jeff, Louis's great grandsons. The company employees around 30; one frame builder has worked there for 40 years. The grandsons take great pride in carrying on the traditions set forth by their grandfather., and strive to make high-quality furniture and provide excellent customer service read more