Blissliving teams with Chesapeake in Vegas
December 15, 2008,
Rockville, Md. – Bedding and decorative home furnishings brand Blissliving Home and home fragrance brand Chesapeake Bay Candle are moving in together in a new showroom at the Las Vegas World Market come early February.
Blissliving Home plans to unveil at the event its new spring and summer collection, and Chesapeake Bay Candle will present its Signature collection.
Blissliving Home’s spring/summer line introduces four new design concepts – Harajuku, after the Tokyo district by the same name; Off the Park, which is inspired by Manhattan lifestyles; Garden Party, which recalls England’s royal botanic Kew Gardens; and West Lake after the site in Hangzhou, China.
The assortment includes duvet sets and comforter sets, sheet sets, decorative pillows, home fragrances, candles and home accessories.
Importantly, Blissliving is for the first time extending its brand into two new categories – bath, with the addition of shower curtains featuring Blissliving Home signature designs such as the Anis or Ashley motifs; and furniture, with bedside tables and stools.
Chesapeake Bay Candle’s Signature collection celebrates the brand’s 15-year anniversary. It includes candles, candle gift sets, and alternative home fragrances in eight scent varieties. All candles are made from soy wax for sustainability and a cleaner burn, feature 100% cotton, lead-free wicks, and are hand poured by skilled artisans. The fragrances are comprised of all natural essential oils for an exclusive escape from the everyday.
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