Kate Spade New York has expanded its home furnishings assortments with the introduction of licensed furniture, lighting, rugs and fabric collections. The collection, comprised of 325 pieces across four categories, launched at the fall High Point Market.
The brand’s furniture line, developed with E.J. Victor, features colorful upholstered seating, dining, bedroom and occasional tables and mirrors featuring details ranging from hand-painted spots to a burl wood finish. Lighting from Visual Comfort features sconces, table lamps and pendants with brass bows, spotted detailing and jewel-encrusted elements.
In addition, the collection also debuted rugs from Jaipur featuring flat weave, hand-tufted and hand-knotted rugs in iconic animal, floral and geometric prints; and fabrics and wallpapers from Kravet in bright colors and signature motifs.
The company said the full home assortment will be available in spring 2016. The brand also accelerated nearly 60 signature items from the collection, which are now available for purchase and shipping within the U.S. on katespade.com.
“Each piece in our extensive collection reflects traditional and modern influences, but with a unique Kate Spade New York twist. We translated iconic Kate Spade New York designs like subtle bow accents, as well as signature colors and fabrics, such as shocking pink linen and turquoise velvet, into stylish and unique home items,” said Deborah Lloyd, president and chief creative officer of Kate Spade New York. “We cannot wait to see how our customers layer our pieces into their homes to express their own interesting, personal style.”
The new Kate Spade New York home furnishings collection builds upon the brand’s offerings in tabletop, linens, bedding, stationery and giftware with Lenox, Town & Country Living, DWI Holdings and Lifeguard Press, respectively.