ATLANTA— As it kicks off market season, Lifetime Brands’ home décor division has shifted to a new 7,000-square-foot showroom at AmericasMart, here, where it will present an array of wall and tabletop accent pieces under key brands including Bombay and Mikasa.
In all, Lifetime asserted that it would introduce more than 2,500 new items at the Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market, many of them in stock and ready to ship.
The new showroom, in 6A5 in Building One of the Merchandise Mart, will feature new Bombay collections including Garden Luxe, Urban Oasis and Town and Country. Mikasa Home Accents will debut more than 200 items. In addition, the company will introduce a pair of new brands at the market, Raymond Waites and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts.
The new Bombay Town and Country collection mixes patterns and textures to impart a comfortable, yet luxurious sense of style, according to Lifetime. Natural tones mix with tribal, animal and equestrian motifs while carved wooden panels, reactive glazes and patina metallic finishes complete a look meant to enrich room environments from the table to the wall. Suggested retail prices range from $19.99 to $79.99.
Crisp and clean, as characterized by Lifetime, the Bombay Urban Oasis line combines patterns and colors chosen to suit Millennial tastes. Soft surfaces and monochromatic colors provide a visual quiescence. The collection uses gold, silver, champagne and white metallics paired with hammered, carved and sculpted textures to set a tone that, although modern, has a relaxed sensibility. SRPs range from $14.99 to $69.99.
The Bombay Garden Luxe collection is designed to be bright, light and crisp, defined by flora and nature, and all about green tones. From leaf to emerald, the accessory collection brings the garden inside. With detailed carvings and hand-painted finishes, the tabletop to wall collection also incorporates blue and white porcelain accents. SRPs range from $14.99 to $89.99.
Beyond Bombay, Lifetime is approaching home-oriented consumers with Mikasa and other brands.
Under Mikasa Home Accents, the company employs pattern and illumination in a stylish assortment of casual lighting. In a combination of wall and tabletop lighting, a Mikasa 22-inch laser cut centerpiece and 14-inch laser cut teardrop sconces take into consideration décor trends of the day in metal-wrapped colored mercury glass. Ribbed details in the glass add sparkle under illumination, and warm tones shine through the patterns on the metal. SRPs range from $49.99 to $79.99.
In another casual lighting twist, new metal laser cut luminaries in the Elements line will arrive in sets of three. The new luminaries offer detailed motifs, including tapestry, to enhance the candlelight. SRP is $79.99.
The Melannco 32-inch Make the Most of Today wall hook combines function and décor. With hand-forged hooks, the coat rack makes a statement suitable for rooms that need some organization. Distressed red wood bordered with a soft gray has both a modern and traditional bearing. SRP is $29.99.
The Melannco six-opening distressed wood collage mixes frame sizes and shapes so that consumes can creatively install their memories. Lightly distressed natural finishes ensure that the piece can function as a focal point across a range of room décor stylings. SRP is $29.99.