DWI and Sister Divisions Move

Himatsingka's DWI Holdings showroom featuring Barbara Barry Dream and Bellora Hospitality has moved from the 16th floor of 261 5th Avenue to the 14th floor.

The office of Calvin Klein Home also has moved to the same floor, while its showroom remains at 205 West 39 Street, said Tom DiBari, vp, sales.

Mulberry House, another Himatsingka division that supplies decorative fabrics for the interior designer trade, also has moved to the same space. This division also was on the 16th floor.

The bigger space, some 11,000 square feet, will allow DWI to show some five to six beds for Barbara Barry along with handing fabric sample racks for the Mulberry House fabric collections.

The Divatex showroom, another Himatsingka division, remains at its present showroom at 295 5th Avenue.

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