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Delta Children showcases range of new products, cribs to gliders

Delta glider - The MiddletonThe Middleton upholstered glider by Delta Children features decorative nailhead trim and features a hidden metal gliding mechanism.
The Oakmont collection by Simmons KidsThe Oakmont collection by Simmons Kids features coastal inspired design elements such as the shutter inspired details seen on the panel of the crib and the drawer fronts of case pieces.
LAS VEGAS — Youth and baby furniture resource Delta Children is coming to market with a mix of product including core segments of its nursery business, from cribs to glider rockers.

The company is showing three new gliders that bring the number in the line to 22 styles and 60 color options. Retailing from $279 to $549 they include the Epic glider, a fully-upholstered armchair model featuring a swivel and glide mechanism and wood frame. It comes in multiple colors: Heather Gray, Taupe, Sailor Blue, Sand and Charcoal. In addition there is the Gateway swivel glider, which is fully upholstered and comes in Dove Gray and Ecru fabric tones.

The Middletown glider is another upholstered glider featuring padded armrests, decorative nailhead trim and easy-to-clean fabric that comes in Sea Breeze, Blush, Cream and Charcoal tones. 

In addition the company is launching new line of ottomans that can mix and match with these and other styles in the line.

The company said the glider line is growing in importance, particularly as the units are also being used by consumers in other areas of the home outside the nursery such as the living room once the child has grown. It added that the styles of both new and inline product, including modern chair shapes and accents such as grommeting and denim, tend to complement other home décor.

The company is also launching new upper end nursery collections under its Simmons Kids line that feature crib, dresser, changing top and chest units. New sets include the Oakmont collection, which comes in a rustic Bianca finish and rustic chestnut finish. It features a convertible crib with a solid panel headboard and shutter details on the panel and drawers of companion case pieces. It also comes with a three-position mattress height adjustment that can be lowered as the baby grows and converts into a toddler bed, daybed and full-sized bed. 

The Peyton collection in the same line also has a crib with full panel headboard with scalloped curves and bun feet. It, too, features three different mattress height positions and converts into a toddler bed, daybed and a full-sized bed. It comes in two finishes, Ebony and Bianca.

“These luxury new cribs are standout pieces that work well alone or with the whole collection in a nursery,” the company said. “The collections pull from every type of luxury look, creating a fit for a variety of different style homes, from the airy feel of a coastal beach to the elegant designs of a princess’ bedroom.”

The company is also showing two new three-in-one cribs including the Aster, which features all-slated sides and a three position height mattress adjustment. Available in a Bianca and Ebony two-tone finish, it also comes in two-tone Bianca and Gray. The clean-lined Bellevue crib also comes in the same two-tone finishes, and like the Aster, it converts into a toddler bed and daybed.

All cribs are JPMA certified and tested to meet or exceed industry safety standards.

The new items can be seen at the Delta showroom in A-714 and A-716.

Thomas RussellThomas Russell | Associate Editor, Furniture Today
trussell@furnituretoday.com

I'm Tom Russell and have worked at Furniture/Today since August 2003. Since then, I have covered the international side of the business from a logistics and sourcing standpoint. Since then, I also have visited several furniture trade shows and manufacturing plants in Asia, which has helped me gain perspective about the industry in that part of the world. As I continue covering the import side of the business, I look forward to building on that knowledge base through conversations with industry officials and future overseas plant tours. From time to time, I will file news and other industry perspectives online and, as always, welcome your response to these Web postings.

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