Melange Rolls Out Apparel-Inspired Looks
Home & Textiles Today Staff -- Home Textiles Today, November 15, 2004
In partnership with Textillery Weavers, Melange Home launched six positive/negative tweed looks in comforters, duvets, quilts and decorative pillows. The bedding company also rolled out a full suite of apparel-inspired designer looks.
The six initial color stories in the Textillery for Melange Home collection include dill, rosewash, raspberry, apple, Capri and copper, encompassing brights and neutrals. Items are trimmed in crushed velvet and grosgrain ribbon details. Also available are special woven throws to complement the collection.
The line also features 220- to 400-count printed monochromatic cotton sheets that mimic a textured woven appearance in a palette of 10 colors. A bath collection with shower curtains, rugs and accessories will also be added this coming spring.
There is also a new program of 100-percent printed ribbed corduroy in five colors for coverlets, duvet sets and comforter sets. A queen comforter set will retail for $149.99.
Two printed sheeting options have also been added that work with the Cabana Stripe bedding pattern, which has been updated in coral. They are Flower Power and Polka Dots, which come in pink, cool blue and black for sheets, comforters, quilts and duvets.
In addition, the company is adding six styles of plush faux fur throws and decorative pillows, six new microfiber blankets, 10 microfiber quilts and five color-blocked throws.