BIA to show at BDNY for first time

Bedding Industries of America (BIA) is set to exhibit at Boutique Design New York (BDNY) on Nov. 12 and 13 at the Javitz Center for the first time. The company will feature its Hemingway Classic for Hospitality, Eclipse Executive Suites Euro Pillow-Top and the Saatva Hotel Collection at Booth 374.  

The Hemingway Classic is available in either one- or two-sided mattresses and are crafted with edge-to-edge wrapped coils, gel-infused memory foam, spinal zone support and hypo-allergenic latex. The collection is inspired by Hemingway’s work, travel and passion for life, and made to provide a luxurious and sustainable sleep experience for guests. 

The Eclipse Executive Suites Euro Pillow-Top is crafted with pocketed coils and innovative phase-change fabric-cooling technology.

Saatva Hotel Collection is produced by BIA and is designed with organic properties including a latex core, gel visco, foam and pocketed coils for an upscale sleep experience. The model also incorporates certified organic cotton and other eco-friendly materials, as well as all natural fire retardants in the fabric of the mattress to give boutique hotel properties the opportunity to offer a healthier sleep to its guests. 

The collections are designed to ensure a memorable sleep experience and to elevate overall guest satisfaction. 

“With our national manufacturing and distribution base, we can quickly ship hotels nationwide. We recently invested in expanding our lineup of C3 roll pack machines among other new equipment, which makes it easier to ship products in bulk to hospitality 

customers. Unlike typical licensing groups, we also have a customer service model that is extremely easy and cohesive for our clients,” said BIA President and CEO Stuart Carlitz. “The hospitality industry is increasingly focused on providing their guests with a better-quality sleep experience, and these products are designed to help them meet those goals.”  

BIA’s various hospitality offerings are set apart with patented features like its proprietary lumbar zone technology that is built to add years of life to a mattress and prevent body impressions.

“Hotel properties are constantly having to replace mattresses due to the common wear and tear they go through. We’ve designed and crafted our offerings to help prolong the mattress lifespan and improve the sleep experience for our customers,” he added.   

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