Ashford Court takes new showroom, Jay Franco expands

RICHMOND, Va. — Ashford Court, a manufacturer and supplier of decorative pillows, top-of-bed goods and other products, has moved to a larger showroom space in the New York City textile building, located at 295 Fifth Ave.

The new space, suite 1515, measures 3,330 square feet. It was the former site of PHI, which moved to suite 714 last fall.

Ashford Court was previously located in suite 310, a 2,890-square-foot space. Next-door neighbor Jay Franco and Sons Inc. is in the process of taking over that space to enlarge its existing 10,000-square-foot showroom and make room for more displays of product, said Joe A. Franco, vice president.

Ashford Court will debut its new showroom in March during the New York Home Textiles market. The larger space accommodates the company's expansion of product categories; including holiday items like novelty decorative pillows, tree skirts, stockings, table linens, and comforter sets — each of which comprise a comforter, two standard shams and a bedskirt — that coordinate with decorative pillows.

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