Domay Preps New Designs

MONTREAL - Kitchen and bath supplier Domay will introduce a large selection of programs during the New York Home Fashions Market this month.
     The Studio line of licensed artwork designs will feature typography art on laminated cork back, as well as new flex cork and offset print placemats with matching kitchen coordinates.
     Coordinates will include Domay's top-selling Coffee Shop print from artist Maria Donovan. The company's Gourmet Pro highlights Retro Chic, a hip fl oral kitchen coordinate with matching oven mitts, potholders and microfiber kitchen towels.
     "In this market, our customers continue to look for new and exciting product to spur their sales, and we won't disappoint them with our many new product introductions across all our brands, including Gourmet Pro, Hotel, Enviro, Aqua and our exclusive Studio licensed product," said Jeffrey Bernstein, vp of sales.
     Domay also got an early jump on market week, which begins March 5, by taking appointments beforehand.

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