ArtWood is facing new lawsuits from consumers over the quality of its portable furniture, the company’s latest lawsuit said, calling the product a “poor choice” and a “misguided consumer.”
The lawsuits filed Thursday claim the company failed to provide a “reasonable” warning about a product called ArtWoods Metal Faux-Fiber Bed Frame.
In a statement, ArtWood said the product was never meant to be used for furniture.
ArtWoods was already facing lawsuits for making products like the Wood Foil Cabinet, which can be used as a bed or as a storage area for furniture, and the Wood Bed and Cabinet, a lightweight furniture that’s meant to hold books, magazines, and other materials.
It has also been sued by other furniture manufacturers, including Moleskine, which claims the products are defective.
The new lawsuits allege ArtWood’s Bed Frame is also made of “anodized aluminum and zinc.”
The products are not new for ArtWood, which has been selling furniture and bedding since 1999.
The company’s products have included beds for children and furniture for elderly people, with the Wood Frame Bed Frame and the Metal Foil Bed Frame, which both are made of a lightweight metal.
The company’s lawsuit comes in response to another suit brought by a consumer in California, claiming the product is a “fraudulent misrepresentation.”