Hallmart introduces Made in the USA collections
HTT Staff -- Home Textiles Today, 11/5/2012 10:15:11 AM
Studio City, Calif. -- Top of bed manufacturer Hallmart Collectibles launched a new line of "Made in the USA" products during the recent High Point Market.
The line consists of 11 new collections, seven of which will be marketed under the Angelo: Home brand in collaboration with designer Angelo Surmelis.
All of these sets are available as six-piece kings or queens consisting of one comforter cover, one removable comforter filler, two shams and two decorative pillows. The sets can also be purchased as eight- or nine-piece sets by adding three optional euros to the six-piece king set or two optional euros to the six-piece queen set.
Some of the new "Made in the USA" sets are manufactured using cotton-based fabrics consisting of either a cotton twill, slubbed cotton linen or heavier linen textured fabric. Retail price points will start at $299.99.
The company has also introduced a line of "Made in the USA" decorative pillows, which are two-sided with a different fabric design on each side. The pillows will have a zipper and removable filler, and will retail at $29.99.
"We are very excited to have this opportunity to bring some of our manufacturing back to the USA," said Jesse Galili, vice president of sales for Hallmart. "By manufacturing this product domestically, it allows us to offer our customers shorter lead times of 2-3 weeks."
"The response from our customers during the High Point Market was overwhelming, and greatly exceeded our expectations," said Harry Siegel, national sales manager for Hallmart.
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