Blog: Report from The New York Home Fashions Market

       

       

NEW YORK-From yesterday at the New York Home Fashions Market:

Along with unveiling its new showroom, MindsInSync introduced a new collection of decorative bath mats, all with its signature memory foam as cushioning. One grouping features tufted patterns that are reversible, while another offers intricate patterns made from jacquard looms that are both single-sided and reversible … This is the first market for Croscill/Ex-Cell/Glenoit under their new CEO, Joe Granger. Granger, previously president of Springs Global’s branded-business unit, was named to the post in June … For this market, the Natori bedding collection from JLA Home offered designs inspired by the Philippines, designer Josie Natori’s birthplace. The three ensembles are Mantones De Manila, based on large silk shawls from the Natori archives; Kalinga, drawing upon tattoos seen on warriors from the Kalinga region in the central Philippines; and Island Paradise, featuring sand gray tones infused with coral and colors from mangoes … Softline Home Fashions concentrated on its launch of the Simple Shade for this market. The Simple Shade is a hanging system for curtains and draperies that is mounted with a tape backing that sticks to most surfaces, allowing the user to hang curtains without the use of screws or tools … CHF Industries’ showroom rotunda, in which the company presents its key design themes during market weeks, offered the Color Crush approach this week. These are color stories incorporated in different prints to show how these looks can be coordinated into one color family. The company also debuted its Stash & Style brand of bath accessories and creative bath storage options.