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Omnia Leather Announces Relocation at The IHFC Building for June 2021 Market

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Domestic leather upholstery manufacturer, Omnia Leather, announced their relocation at the IHFC building for June 2021 Market.  Omnia has moved from D1141 to the Commerce Wing in space C1003. 

The showroom  completely renovated and will be close to twice the previous space, allowing for a wider breadth of product to be displayed.  “Our previous location didn’t showcase our product the way it deserved or entice new buyers. We felt it worth the investment to relocate and be surrounded by traffic driving manufacturers like Hooker Furniture, Barcalounger and Vahn-Bassett. We are confident that our existing dealers and new prospects will be impressed with the elevation of our product display and overall brand.” noted Katherine Skinner, Merchandising Manager. 

“Our new space is segmented into various rooms that will afford us to lifestyle the showroom, unlike the narrow, open space we previously occupied. We will feature contemporary and transitional settings, traditional and western looks and one large area will be dedicated to all of our custom, build-your-own Programs. In addition, we’re able to allocate a room to showcase our home theater options. Our buyers will truly see the breadth of what we do, in terms of style and leather offerings, as well as the abundant configurations we offer.” 

Omnia Leather has been manufacturing custom, 100% top grain leather furniture in southern California since 1989.


About Omnia Leather: Omnia Leather has been manufacturing 100% top grain leather upholstery in California for over 31 years. Personalized Comfort, the company’s tagline, stems from their broad style library with custom options, in both the stationary and motion categories. For more information, visit www.omnialeather.com or call (909) 393-4400.

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