Hare hired to get Bath Unlimited into textiles

Fort Mill, SC — Bath Unlimited, a division of Masco Company, recently named Danielle Hare to the newly created position of product development manager.

Hare was brought on board to add home textiles to the company's assortment for the first time with bath accessories and shower curtains. Bath Unlimited's lineup currently comprises bathroom hardware manufactured under the Ginger, Delta, Melard, Gamco, Franklin Brass and Baldwin Brass brand names.

Bath Unlimited expects to launch products from the new lines in April at the upcoming New York Home Textiles market. Bath Unlimited, which is not currently a tenant at 295 Fifth Avenue, will be renting some space from an existing tenant in showroom 802 to show its new wares at the spring market, Hare said.

Prior to joining Masco, Hare owned and operated her own design consulting business, Arabesque Designs, based in Charlotte, NC. Before that venture, she worked for Perfect Fit Industries as design manager after working at Springs Industries as a stylist for bed and bath products, including licensed product.

Hare is based at the company headquarters here. She will report to Marc Bickler, president and ceo.

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