Designers Get Exotic at Revman
Carole Sloan -- Furniture Today, March 22, 2010
Up-to-the-minute fashion color palettes highlighted the new collections in the family of brands at Revman International, with the various designers' introductions reflecting each one's design aesthetic in terms of color and form.
Michael Kors' new beds are inspired by his travel, with each of the three featured in duvets, some prints, others with embroidered embellishments. Among the trio is Serengeti, an ikat inspired design, as well as Sumatra and Tahiti, both prints.
The Kors grouping is $229.99 for the queen, $69.99 for queen sets.
Tommy Bahama reflects the resort influence essential to the style with layered beds a key element. A key bed is Tiki Bay, a large floral inspired by paisley designs with a batik influence. Queen beds are $229.99.
Coral and ocean blue are two fashion colors added to an expanded Tommy Bahama collection, joining lime, coral and cacao in shower curtains, bath accessories and rugs.
Two new beds are part of the Columbia Sportswear Co. at the same time that the brand is building its core of fleece throws and comforters, Diane Piemonte, vp creative services, explained. The queen bedding is $199.99; sheet sets are $69.99 queen.
Three new Steve Madden fashion beds are featured in 10-piece sets for $229.99 that include the designer brand's signature pillows. Also new in the collection are quilts with embroidery and piecing, as well as duvets, and jersey for back to school.
In bath, the Steve Madden collection has been expanded and now includes bath rugs and shower curtain hooks.
Manor Hill features rich looks in five new beds with 8-piece sets at $199.99.
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