Spectra Home expands Christina@Home upholstery line at High Point Market

Mix includes five new upholstery groups including one modular group featuring multiple sectional configurations

A visual display in Spectra’s High Point showroom promoting the Christina@Home line.

HIGH POINT – Spectra Home is expanding its Christina@Home lineup with HGTV celebrity Christina Haack with five new upholstery groups being shown here at the High Point Market that officially starts Saturday and runs through Wednesday April 6.

The  introductions includes four sofa and chair combinations and one modular group called Burbank that offers different configurations including a three-piece sofa, a one-piece sectional, a square sectional and a double chaise sectional that retails at $5,995.

Sofas are targeted to retail from $1,999 for a smaller scale 83-inch model in Riverside, to a more typical larger scale 96-inch offering retailing at $2,499 in fabric seen in the other groups. Some pieces also are available in leather including the Irvine leather sofa that retails at $3,995.

Groups are shown with companion swivel chairs that retail from $1,199 to around $1,599.

The additions this market round out the collection to about 16 upholstery groups within the licensed lineup, Jim Telleysh, senior vice president, told Home News Now this week at market.

“We continue to expand that product line because it continues to sell,” Telleysh said, noting that the entire upholstery offering is available in performance fabrics.

In the Christina@Home line there are also three beds and several occasional groups that are shown with the upholstery.

This is Spectra Home’s Burbank modular upholstery group. The sectional shown here retails, $5,999.

The presentation can be seen at the company’s expanded 16,000-square-foot showroom in spaces 213 and 211 of 200 N. Hamilton St.

Much of the space is devoted to the Christina@Home line while the rest is devoted to the Spectra upholstery line with some 25 groups being shown in total this market in the expanded 6,500-square-foot space adjacent to the main 9,500-square-foot space. These include five new upholstery groups offering fabric sofas that retail from $1,799 to $2,599.  Some of these sofas also are available in leather.

The mix of new products have already been ordered as shown and will be available during the month of September in the company’s High Point warehouse.  This selection also is available in different fabric options, although that special order product has 26-week lead times.

Thomas Russell

Home News Now Editor-in-Chief Thomas Russell has covered the furniture industry for 25 years at various daily and weekly consumer and trade publications. He can be reached at tom@homenewsnow.com and at 336-508-4616.

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