Lady Antebellum Launching Heartland Home Collection
Wed, 24 Sep 2014 15:59:02
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Home is where the heart is and since Lady Antebellum are always on tour, the married members may not see the inside of their homes very often. Still, that's not stopping the trio from partnering with New York-based home textile manufacturer Divatex, Inc. to launch Lady Antebellum's Heartland Home Collection, which could help your home be a nicer, softer and more stylish place.
The collection will feature Americana-inspired bed and bath linens derived from the band's lifestyle, songs and stories.
Oooh! Linens with a story. That, we love! Anyone with a passion for home décor and who is a fan of Lady A will be stoked about this collection, which debuted during NYFW.
"When we started working on this line, we really wanted to take a fresh new approach on classic American design," stated Lady A's Hillary Scott, who is mom to young daughter with Lady A drummer Chris Tyrrell. "We've had the chance to tour all over the country and see some really amazing things that inspired these designs. This collection pays homage to all that is great about American style. We are looking forward to sharing it with our fans!"
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David Greenstein, President and CEO of Divatex agreed, saying, "We are delighted to have the opportunity to collaborate with Lady Antebellum on their new Heartland Home collection that captures the essence of their lifestyle. Lady Antebellum's Heartland Home Collection will offer honest products that fill each day with the enduring spirit of America."
The line embraces the comfort, simplicity and beauty of America's Heartland. Featuring an unexpected mix of plaids, florals and solids, the collection offers a fresh approach to traditional American design, finding inspiration from across the country. The result is a new heritage of authentic home living that feels true and looks fresh every day.
Do you want Lady A linens to decorate your crib? Anyone plan to shop this collection?