Costa Blanca targets specialty stores

June 2004
Home Textiles Today;6/14/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 40, p18
Trade Publication
Costa Blanca will introduce a new fabric collection and merchandising program designed for fabric specialty stores, called Destiny and Design. The coordinated fabric collection is designed for window treatments, top-of-bed, upholstery and decorative pillows, according to Jack Korngold, vice president of Costa Blanca. The collection of about 65 slats features sheers, including embroideries, to heavyweight textures in all, cotton, linen/polyester and cotton/polyester blends. All fabrics are 118 inches to 130 inches wide, with costs ranging from $15 to $55 a yard.


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