Magniflex’s new “Rest” collection combines German engineering and Italian design

Italian bedding manufacturer, Magniflex, recently introduced the Rest collection, which combines German engineering and Italian design. Featuring state-of-the-art technology, the collection of three Rest models are made of upholstered and fabric-upholstered tubular steel frames.

“When people think of German engineering, they think of high-quality products and premium brands like Porsche, Audi and BMW, which produce some of the best cars in the world,” said Billy Curtright, country manager sales at Magniflex USA. “We have deliberately selected German engineering to manufacture our adjustable bed bases to elevate our product beyond the quality of other competing products on the market. By combining high quality components and production with Italian design, we have created a one-of-a-kind product.

The Rest collection has all the functionality of Magniflex’s current offerings, with advanced technology and more customizable features. Each model includes an adjustable backrest and footrest, wireless capabilities, preset positions, side-sleeping features, a limited lifetime warranty, and three-year in-home service. Models retail for between $1,499 and $2,199 as a queen.

“These models offer specialized features for each type of sleeper – and the wireless system allows you to program a timed massage for 10, 20 or 30 minutes. Every feature we’ve developed is aimed at providing the ultimate sleep experience,” said Curtright.

The company will showcase the Rest collection at the upcoming Las Vegas market, which will be held July 24-28.

About Magniflex

Magniflex was founded nearly 60 years ago in a suburb of Florence, Italy, and today more than 35 million people in 99 countries sleep on Magniflex mattresses. Recognized as a global leader in quality, comfort and innovation, Magniflex was the first mattress company in the world to achieve OEKO-TEX certifications.®. The company’s central manufacturing facility produces up to 10,000 mattresses a day, many of which are exported to countries including Japan, Spain, Germany, Russia, the United States and Canada. For more information, visit

James R. Rhodes