15349 Fri, 10/03/2008 - 1:11pm
WOOLRICH, Pa.–Woolrich has signed a licensing agreement with Shadow Mountain, which will produce a collection of case goods and upholstery for Woolrich’s home furnishings division.
To debut at this month’s High Point Market, the line will have approximately 35 bedroom, dining and occasional items. The rustically designed “Heritage Loft” collection features hand-planed mahogany solids and veneers, double-stitched full-grain leather, wood-on-wood drawer guides and hand-forged iron accents. Approximate retail prices will range from $799 for a bachelor’s chest to $1,999 for a leather-paneled bed framed in iron.
A new line of Woolrich indoor hand-tufted wool rugs will also be on display to complement the Heritage Loft group, and will be available in two styles and three sizes.
“Our newest venture with Shadow Mountain is like a breath of fresh air—with an innovative lifestyle look for the way many consumers want to live today—casual rustic, and with an outdoor ambience,” said Sharon Kepley, licensing manager of home furnishings for Woolrich.