Clean design palette keys Nautica Home intros
February 26, 2007,
New York – Strong color and clean, modern design were the leading elements in the debut of a range of products by Nautica Home during New York Home Fashions Week.
The Stanhope collection debuted in a clean, modern take on black and winter white. Woven ivory shadow stripes, black piece piping, and decorative stitching gave the bed ensemble a refined touch, extending to coordinated bath accessories.
Three new master bedroom ensembles were Kensett Place, Broderick, and Sidney. Kensett Place features a chalkstripe duvet with a basketweave jacquard center panel bordered by herringbone taping details; microsuede Euro shams and accent pillows build the look. A rugby stripe keys the Broderick duvet, a corduroy medley of caramel, taupe, and mocha. As a feminine offering, Sidney has a red twill duvet with ribbon detailing and crisp white piping. Dec pillows use pintucks, stitch detailing, and bow-tie closures.
New in the bath category was the Navigation fashion towel. Constructed from reversible, two-tone jacquard, the towel reverses to complementary colors.
Expanding on Nautica Home’s children’s collection, the brand unveiled Brendan, a navy ensemble accented with colorful stripes, piping and logo details. For girls, the Emma bed is a sweet confection of pink and chocolate stripes and polka dots.
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