Pacific Designs ramps up creative touch

San Filippo, Michele
October 2003
Home Textiles Today;10/27/2003, Vol. 25 Issue 9, p6
Trade Publication
Pacific Designs, a supplier of fashion bedding, decorative pillows, throws, window treatments and table runners, has introduced 18 bed patterns in the $199 to $249 queen comforter price range in September 2003. The company has a specialty store line for independent retailers in addition to providing a department store line. Head designer Suzy Kain said that the company aims to provide a decorator's look to their beds by coordinating fabrics and putting in touches for an overall custom feeling. She added that the company's goal is to cater to a variety of customers with different taste levels from a casual lifestyle to a more opulent sophisticated style.


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