C&F ready for High Point
Home Textiles Today Staff -- Home Textiles Today, 10/14/2011 2:50:33 PM
Newport News, Va. - April Cornell, casual, coastal and the Kasbah are among the core design themes C&F Enterprises is brining to High Point Market in the form of bedding, table linens, kitchen textiles and decorative pillows.
Top billing among the company's market introductions goes to designer April Cornell, who has collaborated again with C&F for a new collection of feminine florals called Music Sage. It spans bedding and table linens.
Several new coastal and casual styles are included in the C&F home line.
For beach lovers, the new Gold Coast Shells collection consists of elegant beach bedding and table linens featuring sea shells interpreted in warm tans, golden cream and dark coffee shades.
For some seaside fun, the "Kiss my Bass" accent rug and kitchen towel combo is "perfect for that playful fisherman," noted C&F.
Also in a more masculine styling is a new traditional nautical navy-and-blue collection of decorative pillows that evoke a sailor's style.
Turning to the feminine, C&F has created a table linens collection featuring romantic florals that reverse to a happy stripe. It is called Carrieanne.
And finally, a new look with global inspiration is Kasbah, a contemporary pattern in table linens that mixes warm sand tones with bright turquoise gem tones.
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