Mohawk Home licenses line from designer Scurry

New York — Designer Pamela Scurry debuted a home textiles collection through Mohawk Home that taps themes used in her Madison Avenue boutique.

"My line with Mohawk is influenced by my antique collection of matelasse spreads and textiles that I own personally," Scurry told HTT.

Mohawk Home's Pamela Scurry collection is made of cotton and is imported from China and India. It includes a solid color woven matelasse, coordinating shams, throws and decorative pillows in various patterns and featuring various types of embellishments like ruffles, lace and applique.

The bedspread is set to retail for $129.99 for a queen size. Pillows will retail from $24.99 to $29.99, and quilted 50" x 60" throws retail from $40 and $50.

"Everything is stand-alone, but it all mixes and matches because Pamela's different looks all work together," said Merle Johnson, vp, Mohawk Home.

Mohawk's only other top-of-bed licensee is designer Raymond Waites. That line is set to launch in April.

Mohawk Home is Scurry's first textiles licensee. Scurry said she is looking to expand into other textiles product categories, including bath products and rugs.

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