Town & Country Living, Debbie Mumm collaborate in the kitchen and bath
HTT Staff -- Home Textiles Today, 9/3/2010 12:16:26 PM
Spokane, Wash. - Cooking up a new batch of kitchen textiles and bath coordinates this market is Town & Country Living with the help of its new licensing partner, author and artist Debbie Mumm.
Town & Country is featuring Mumm 's distinctive artwork and designs on dozens of products, including kitchen towels, aprons, oven mitts, pot holders, rugs, placemats, napkins, tablecloths, runners, chair pads, shower curtains and bath accessories. The assortment includes both every day and seasonal/holiday looks - the latter of which Mumm is especially known for in her industry. The artist is this year celebrating her 25th anniversary as a designer of quilts and home décor.
"We are very excited to work with Debbie Mumm," said Neil Mandell, chief merchandising officer for Town & Country Living. "She is bringing her talents to Town & Country Living with a creative group of products merchandised as ‘Debbie Mumm, a Designer for all Seasons.'"
Mumm added she is looking forward to the partnership and "the opportunity it represents in today's retail landscape."
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