Chateau Home Launches Bella Rose
December 13, 2004,
Family owned and operated home textiles company Chateau Home Furnishings has launched a new luxury home textiles line, Bella Rose.
Bella Rose by Chateau combines a multitude of fabrics in several colorways that include soft chenille damask, stripe and solid silk varieties, various colors of faux silk taffeta — both flat and in pintuck diamond design and pintuck diamond with beading accents, faux suede, basketweave tweed chenille and velvets (flat and crinkled).
The MSRP for top-of-bed duvet sets ranges from $1,390 to $1,650 for super queen size (98-by-98-inch duvet) and from $1,590 to $1,940 for super king (98-by-111-inch duvet).
The MSRP for 90 percent of the company's toss pillows ranges from $90 to $140; runners $110 to $225; table top $200 to $240; throws $160 to $215; and tuffets $190 to $375.
Each collection offers king and queen duvet sets that include duvet, bedskirt, 2 standard/king shams, 2 euro shams (queen) and 3 euro shams (king) and 3 decorative pillows.
Collections include Autumn, Emma, Empress, Gabriel, Romeo and Sabrina.
Chateau — in business for over five years — provides its product to various catalog and retail clients on a national level, according to the company.
“Our home textiles feature handmade trims and fabrics in combinations that are unexpected and unique. We travel the world, seeking inspiration for the next collection,” said Saundra Umholtz, vice president and senior designer.
Bella Rose will offer a cross-section of styles for those in search of simplistic design with a more sophisticated, traditional look, stated the company.
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