Home & Harmony opens NY showroom

Atlanta — Home & Harmony, the luxury brand marketed by sourcing consultancy HomeSource International, has opened it first permanent showroom in New York at 230 Fifth Ave. for its adult, juvenile and infants programs.

At the upcoming New York Home Textiles Market, Home & Harmony's adult bedding ensembles introductions feature richly hued gabardine duvets, corduroy duvets and shams, embroidered silk dec pillows, mohair throws and Micro-Cotton blankets and throws. The components have also been developed so that each can stand alone as an item business, said president Keith Sorgeloos.

Bath introductions will include a reversible line of towels. Home & Harmony's core Micro-Cotton towel, now in 11 colors, will add four more for January/February shipping: soft pink, aqua marine, chocolate and true claret. The brand also will introduce a Micro-Cotton herringbone jacquard in white, ivory and linen. Accessories include robes, bath rugs and tub mats.

"The whole idea is to have a clarity of offerings here. It's a story of texture and color with classic style that we feel is puts a differentiated twist on traditional high-end white and ivory bedding," Sorgeloos told HTT.

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