Anali tempers its exotic assortment
Furniture Today Staff -- Furniture Today, November 3, 2003
A new bedding and bath collection from Anali departs from the company's traditional exotic embroideries to offer complementary bedding instead meant to coordinate with the customer's existing bedding, as well as Anali's other lines.
TailorMade, to be introduced in early 2004, includes both top-of-the-bed, sheets, towels and table linens, and will be shown in a variety of designs, such as floral, nature, and culinary.
The sheets have a off-white or cream background, with embroidery in six available colors: natural white, willow green, gentle gold, bluish palm green, dusty peach and shell beige. The embroidered duvets, quilts and shams will be in coordinating sateen fabrics. Bath towels will be available in white Turkish terry while linen guest towels will be offered in an array of colors.
The collection is made in the U.S., and is targeted for high-end specialty linen stores.
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