Baltic debuts new showroom, contemporary designs

Retail Editor 1, Staff Staff, October 2, 2013

New York - Baltic Linen Company has moved to a new showroom at 295 Fifth Avenue, Suite 814.
During last week's New York Home Fashions Market, the company showed platform beds with a focus on more transitional and more contemporary designs. Baltic also showed embroidery, appliques, prints and jacquards and a number of mixed media designs that combine one or more of these treatments.
"We're doing more jacquards than we have in the past, but they are more contemporary and unique with lots of texture," said Mark Snider, vp design.
Among the offerings, a matte poly faille texture with low luster; a lot of faux linen, including crewel embroidery detail on linen. The color schemes are "complex" he said, with within the neutrals, which have a subtle cast of greens and creams.
In bath, Baltic introduced five towel collections in high-fashion colors as well as some spa color selections. In addition, the company is expanding its sheeting program, with selections in a large range of prices and thread counts

 

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