Bardwil’s Lenox Bath division presents “Chirp” collection
Staff Staff -- Furniture Today, September 15, 2009
At the New York Market – Bardwil Linens’ Lenox Bath division is singing a new tune for spring with the debut of its “Chirp” collection.
The design stems from Lenox’s popular tableware line.
It features a colorful small bird perched on a blossoming tree branch. The ground is ivory, but the design elements are in different colors, anchored by a bright teal.
Included is a jacquard printed shower curtain, shower curtain hooks in the shapes of birds and flowers, and two styles of bath towel ensembles – printed and embroidered.
Also new is the addition two new bath ensemble styles to the popular Butterfly Meadow collection – a Portugal-made tapestry-like jacquard border, and scalloped-edge embroidered towels on colored grounds – yellow, pink, green and blue.
To its core Lenox towel program, Platinum, the company added four new colorways – dusty green Echo, citrus green Linden, peacock blue Elixir, and orange-mustard Golden Rod.
Opal Innocence, a bridal-poised design, is being expanded with a more casual alternative – Opal Innocence Carved, a jacquard towel that features a relief pattern on the dobby.
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