The brand is expanding quickly since October’s launch, offering small furniture and silk yardage at market this spring.
RALEIGH, N.C. (PRWEB) April 15, 2015
With a steady market increase in luxury goods, a new age of luxury is quickly approaching. Elizabeth Bradley Home is at the forefront of this emerging trend with the finest quality of handmade finished needlepoint products for the home and design market. The brand will offer the perfect combination of luxury, art and heritage in the Salon of High Point Market from April 18-23 at Showroom M-7044.
A total of 25 of the brand’s contemporary Blooms designs adorn the second Elizabeth Bradley Home collection. The team felt Spring/Summer was the perfect time to introduce this fresh, contemporary collection to the market. In addition to adding 25 new cushion designs, the brand is introducing footstools in a variety of colors and styles suitable for both the Botanicals and Blooms collections. Elizabeth Bradley Home will also be offering flat stitched panels along with surface embroidered silk to be sold as exciting new upholstery options exclusive to the trade and retailers.
This winter and spring, several national publications, including Traditional Home, The Cottage Journal, Coastal Living, and Los Angeles Times, ran features on Elizabeth Bradley Home. The brand is also sponsoring the 2015 Kip’s Bay President’s Dinner and Show House, which will be going on May 14 – June 11. This week, Traditional Home ran an exclusive on the brand’s debut spring collection, Blooms, which hits stands today, just in time for High Point Market.
Elizabeth Bradley Home has taken artisan craftsmanship to a new level with the true attention to detail offered with each design. Every component is constructed to the highest quality possible with each design hand stitched by artisan stitchers who spend approximately 120 hours on each design. Other details of the new Blooms cushion collection include contrasting silk self welt, 3.5 inch boxed gusset, which offers a fuller design, and the use of a Victorian Needlepoint Cross Stitch technique, ensuring a long-lasting quality with every style.
“We are excited to be offering more contemporary designs that will appeal to a larger audience,” said Elizabeth Hardy, Brand Representative for Elizabeth Bradley Home. “The brand is expanding quickly since October’s launch, offering small furniture and silk yardage at market this spring.”
Elizabeth Bradley Home’s finished needlepoint pillows will retail between $375 and $395, and are now available at http://www.ElizabethBradleyHome.com. Elizabeth Bradley Home stitched panels and surface embroidered silk will be offered to trade and retailers only. Pricing for the footstools will be available at High Point Market.
For media and press inquiries or for more information about Elizabeth Bradley Home, please contact Mary Beth De Loache – (919) 828-5568 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Elizabeth Bradley Home
With a rich history in English Tapestry, Elizabeth Bradley Home launched with its first collection in October of 2014. After a successful launch of the Botanicals collection, Elizabeth Bradley Home will be launching its second collection, Blooms, in the spring of 2015. Each design requires approximately 120 hours of skilled hand stitching, making them a unique, timeless product and a true work of art.