Croscill injects drama into bath lines

At the New York Market – To add “more drama” as well as more gift-like items that would extend its reach into new retail venues, Croscill Home Fashions’ bath division is adding some larger furniture pieces and new accessory items to its product offerings.

“We’re adding some furniture and some additional items to the six basic accessory offerings to add some drama to the bath department,” said Patrick Clemente, assistant product manager, bath. “And we’d also like to expand upon our gift offerings in the bathroom with functional yet decorative objects.”

The new bathroom furniture pieces include hampers and benches. The latter are available in two rectangular styles and one smaller round cushioned stool. All come in metal frames and have upholstered seats, which are made to coordinate with shower curtains of new and existing bath coordinate collections.

New accessory pieces include apothecary jars, caches (shallow bowls), pitchers, votive candle holders and switch plates for light switches. The apothecary jars can be seen in the Duprei glass grouping, which features burnished decal designs. The new Ivy Harbor collection of enamelware accessories includes a cache and a switch plate.

Veneto, a resin collection inspired in design by old Venetian lanterns, has votive holders.

And pitchers in several sizes are included in some of Croscill’s high-end collections, including Sterling Rose, Amsterdam and White Label.

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