Custom Comfort will come home to Fifth Avenue
Staff Staff -- Furniture Today, December 13, 2006
Santa Ana , Calif. – Custom Comfort will return to New York with a showroom at 230 Fifth Avenue for the February New York Home Fashion Market. The bedding company, which closed its showroom in the building earlier this year, will be in room 402, according to Trevor Rabkin, co-ceo.
New in the firm’s product offering is a range of four-piece comforter sets that include a comforter, two pillow shams, and a dust ruffle. Prints will retail from $179 to $199 for the queen; wovens are $229 to $249.
In the duvet program, the company is introducing 10 new collections in jacquards, sculptured velvets, and some prints, Rabkin said. The core basic three-piece mini-sets include a duvet cover and two shams at $99 to $129 for the queen. Open stock accessories including window coverings are available in each collection.
The company also is featuring a pattern-specific sheet program as well as a cross-merchandised sheet program for the new designs. The sheets are 300-count cotton sateen at $79.99 for the queen.
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