This post is brought to you by King Living.
What started as a humble Australian furniture business in 1977 with the ambition never to be content just making ordinary furniture, has 40 years later grown into an international, award-winning home furnishing brand. King Living reached Malaysian shores just last December, but has already nabbed two accolades in the Good Design Awards by The Chicago Athenaeum, cementing its status as Australia’s most awarded designer furniture company.
Its impressive showroom located in IPC Shopping Centre features a careful curation of unique and contemporary handcrafted designs with the latest integrated technologies. A homely feel invites visitors in to experience furniture that is truly adaptable with clever solutions suited for any home. Trust us, it is well worth a visit. What is it that sets King Living apart, and makes it such a reliable brand that stands the test of time? We take a look at the brand’s eight points of difference below.
Steel or Alloy frames
King Living develops its own steel frames for each piece of furniture. High grade steel is precision-cut for accuracy, followed by spot welds which are applied at key stress and weight-bearing areas for additional strength. In fact, they are so confident in their steel frames, that each comes with a 25-year warranty. The aim is to provide high quality, long-lasting comfort.
Postureflex® Seating System
Similar to seating used in many luxury European car brands, King Living’s Postureflex® Seating System supports the body perfectly for ultimate comfort and maintains the true lines of the furniture for many years. You want comfort? You got it, and you’ll get to enjoy it for a long, long time.
KingCell® Pocket Spring
Together with the Postureflex® Seating System, the KingCell® Pocket Spring provides the highest level of resilience and creates even firmness throughout the cushions. Say goodbye to saggy unsightly furniture that cause backaches.
Much like its steel frames, King Living has built its reputation on its iconic modular designs. Understanding contemporary living and changing family needs, modular sofas provide the ultimate multi-functional flexibility to configure a room according to the occasion or wherever you might move to next. Smart adjustable features such as swivel tables, LED task lights, and smart pockets provide customised comfort while maximising available space.
Removable Covering System
King Living offers a selection of premium fabric or luxurious leather coverings. All covers are tailored and completely removable, even allowing you to replace one individual section at a time for professional replacement. Because each furniture frame is expected to last a minimum of 25 years, they’ve thoughtfully made it easy to refresh the covers. As for taking care of your new furniture, KingGuard+ is designed to protect, preserve, and extend the life of your furniture. Changing your home’s style will now be a breeze, and no longer involves changing your furniture entirely. It’s a great investment that’s much more environmentally friendly too!
Optional adjustable legs can be incorporated on select designs to create an angled seat. This can take the pressure off lower limbs and result in a more comfortable sofa. Love sitting on your sofa the whole day long? Now you can do it comfortably.
Easy-lift hydraulics are just like those used in hatchback cars, enabling users to access the furniture’s full storage compartments and with just one hand.
TouchGlide® Technology with Gesture Control
Effortlessly recline, change the angle of headrests, armrests, and leg rests electronically using TouchGlide® Technology, which is seamlessly integrated into selected models. Favourite positions can be memorised and recreated with a simple swiping action using TouchGlide® Technology with Gesture Control.
To learn more, and to check out their elegant sofas, visit www.kingliving.my.
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