Softline expands NY showroom

Retail Editor 2, March 1, 2011

New York - Softline Home Fashions has moved to an expanded New York showroom, almost doubling its size. The new location - 230 Fifth Ave., Suite 1800 - is a 3,450 square foot facility.

According to co-founders Jason and Rodney Carr, the new site, "provides us the space needed to display our line of fine fabrics, panels, pillows and new bedding. It reflects our fashion forward vision." Another perk: "breath-taking views of the New York skyline and an incredible environment to work in."
For the upcoming New York Home Fashions Market, Softline will introduce a "twist to a traditional sheer" with its new Penrose Burnout design. The printed burnout design gives the sheer panels a modern look and offers a unique shadow effect when light shines through the fabric. The product is available in four colors and is offered as ready made curtains or fabric by the bolt.

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