Sunham debuts Modern Comfort by Angela Adams
March 8, 2009,
Rosa Rugosa is shown in ocean colors of blues and greens with decorative pillows that are embroidered, quilted or appliquéd suede.
Casco, inspired by coastal Maine, is accompanied by decorative pillows that are printed, quilted or embroidered.
At the New York Market – A mix of geometric forms and nature-inspired designs are the core of the debut bed and bath collection Modern Comfort by Angela Adams at Sunham.
Walking through the product lineup, Adams described the four core patterns: Rosa Rugosa “embracing ocean colors;” Casco, a light-hearted print “reflecting a tidal pool;” Flora, “simple, organic shapes with floral origins;” and Kelly, “inspired by Maine’s coastal areas, inducing modern comfort.”
Each comes in bed and bath items. Sheets are 300 count cotton twill. Top of bed is 300 count cotton/bamboo sateen; the duvets are 400 count cotton sateen.
In addition, the duvet and decorative pillow group include color combinations such as mocha/chocolate/pink and a mélange of greens and blues. There also are nine quilts “designed to fill a void in the modern segment of the business,” Adams noted.
Each bed pattern has coordinating, but not necessarily matching, towels, shower curtains, rugs and accessories. The towels range from overall interpretations of the prints to mini-pattern borders; accessories are shaped to the mood of each design.
Looking ahead, Adams “is looking to expand the product mix with beach towels and totes.”
Packaging includes her signature zipper pull.
Sunham president Jane Bognacki remarked, “Angela’s talent that is inspired by nature and implemented into lifestyle merchandise is exciting. She brings a fresh, modern, comfortable lifestyle that’s very graphic and contemporary.”
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