Marcel Miller expands bedding line with new Bespoke sheet collection

Retail Editor 8, Staff Staff, June 29, 2010

Atlanta - Luxury bedding house Marcel Miller is coming to the upcoming Atlanta International Gift & Home Market later this month with a new addition to its line.

The Bespoke bedding program represents the company's entry into sheeting, expanding MarcelMiller's signature "Marcel" collection of handmade coverlets and shams with new classic menswear tailored duvets and hem-stitched sheets sets made of Peruvian pima percale cotton.

The company said it decided to add sheeting to accommodate customer requests. "The sheets are particularly pleasing," the company noted, as the designs were a collaborative effort with Peruvian designer Natalie Barhumi.

Arthur Titus, founder and ceo of MarcelMiller, added: "We are attempting to fuse classic tailoring and crisp contemporary styling to create never-before-seen bespoke bedding. Natalie successfully executed our vision of bespoke bedding, which we believe represents a compelling new statement of style for the discerning luxury linen buyer."

In related news, the company is also planning to unveil in August at the New York Gift Show a new organic bedding program as an extension of its award-winning organic cotton PUR collection.

These new organic cotton bedding pieces "will further establish the PUR Collection as quite frankly the most appealing Eco-luxury collection available in fine linens market," the company said.

MarcelMiller's showroom in Atlanta is at the AmericasMart in Building 9, space E-5. The market is scheduled from July 16 to 20.


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