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Bob’s Your Uncle Russel Wright collection

NY Now is underway, with a plethora of new and innovative products.

Pine Cone Hill spotlighted a program of outdoor cushions plus a huge launch of 60 new area rugs … catstudio’s Geography collection encompasses decorative pillows featuring cities, states and countries, and scenes from those locations … Textillery showcased a line of throws handwoven in bamboo and made in the U.S.A … Matouk’s Casual Couture table-linen collection is made of 100 percent Irish linen, and designed in 10 colors bordering a white face … Royal River Trading’s Lattice collection is a bed ensemble with a lattice design n the sheet and coverlet … Bob’s Your Uncle is celebrating the 60th anniversary of Russel Wright’s Residential melamine tabletop collection by offering many of the original shapes in an updated modern color palette of lemon, aqua, black and bone … Room Copenhagen featured a melamine tabletop and housewares collection designed by Ole Jensen, some of whose shapes take their cue from archival designs … men in kilts promoted a new Scottish company, The Just Slate Company featuring a variety of serveware pieces made of, well, slate … Spruce is a new company that makes a silicone wineglass that is strong, unbreakable and totally squishy … Having announced its partnership with chef Curtis Stone earlier this month, Roland Products displayed some of Stone’s product line at the show, with plans to add more products next year after the transition … Monbento debuted two more of its portable food containers: the MB Square, which can fit sandwiches or other foods, and the MB Lib, a bowl with a screw-on top for soups and salads … Quench debuted its version of the cocktail shaker, called the Cocktail Spinner, which blends drinks via a spin-action mechanism. Before, with its 10-in-one bartending tool the Bar10der, “we had everything you need by the shaker,” said co-founder Josh Salles. With the Cocktail Spinner, “we wanted to offer something totally different.”