In 1927, when Edward Knabusch and Edwin Shoemaker introduced the world to what would
become known as the La-Z-Boy recliner, they hardly could have foreseen the dramatic
impact their invention would have on the furniture industry. Yet, as much as
La-Z-Boy owes its reputation to the recliner, it owes its continued growth to a product mix
that stands for much more.
Today, La-Z-Boy markets a full line of stylish and comfortable upholstered furnishings
for the living room and family room, including reclining sofas and loveseats, convenient
sleep sofas, modern modular furniture and leather upholstery, as well as stationary
sofas, loveseats and chairs. In addition, La-Z-Boy offers accessories and casegoods
in a broad range of styles and prices.