Colonial Home touts Made in the USA

Retail Editor 2, September 17, 2013

Garden Grove, Calif. - Colonial Home Textiles will be coming to New York Home Fashions Market with expanded bedding sets filled and quilted at its U.S. plant here under the new brand "Heartland Home."
The manufacturer's 100,000-sq.-ft. facility produces finished bedding on robotic quilting machines using imported materials and can produce 150,000 comforters a month.
Kevin Wadhwani, president and ceo of Colonial Home Textiles said, "We recognized consumers are always seeking new opportunities to buy American made goods, and there are few real opportunities in home textiles."
Heartland Home designs will address traditional and transitional lifestyles and can be produced in cottons, cotton blends, woven jacquards, or microfiber to hit specific retail price points. Colonial Home also offers embellishment such as printing, embroidery, and piecing for added value, and will be configured initially as seven-piece and eight-piece sets. The company will offer in larger configurations as well.
Bill Spencer, national sales & marketing manager for Colonial Home Textiles said, "We have developed the expanded bedding set assortment in such a way that our customers can offer these great designs, with the added value of Made in the USA, at the same retail price points on their selling floors today."
Colonial Home Textiles producef fashion top of bed, sheet sets, decorative pillows, and other home décor items. Its New York showroom is at 7 West 34th Street, in suite 500 and 512.

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