White x White was founded in 2010 by owner/designer Kristen White, who has owned a 10,000 sq. ft. retail store in Topeka, Kan., since 1987. Kristen has been traveling to Europe since l990 and her product designs are inspired by the homes, gardens and antique shops she sees on her antique hunting excursions. She launched a wholesale line at the winter gift show in Atlanta, and she will be exhibiting next month at the Dallas gift show.
“We’ll offer buyers our entire line of home décor at the Dallas show, including furniture, lamps, baskets, statuary, lanterns, trays and mirrors, all with a hip vintage vibe”, said Kristen White, owner and designer, White x White. “Our line was very well received at our first show in January and we’re excited to announce that White x White will have twice as many SKUs available to order at the summer markets.”
The White x White space will feature a backdrop of brown kraft paper with aluminum grommets hung with heavy weight jute. “Our booth in Atlanta was the talk of the temps. We had so many positive comments about our booth including, not only the backdrop, but our cutting edge products as well. Order response was tremendous,” White said.
“I’ve been in retail for 24 years. I know what other vendors offer, including their price points, and I have a good feel for what’s missing in the marketplace. White x White is the start of some-thing huge and I’m so excited it’s finally off the ground”, said White. “I’ve been a buyer at the Dallas Market Center for almost 25 years. It’s a fantastic market and now I’m proud to be on the other side, as a vendor.”
11 May 2011
10 May 2011
Nancy Koltes fine linens has been providing luxurious linens and decorative home accessories since 1984. The company is known for classical colors, rich woven jacquards and timeless patterns in textiles including European down comforters and pillows. Its custom workroom allows interior designers to create custom linens and down products for their clients.
09 May 2011
G. DeBrekht Artistic Studios has added to its various collections of Santa Claus ornaments in limited editions. Many pieces are hand-carved and free-hand painted. It takes months to complete a single ornament in the Masterpiece collection. It is carved in one Eastern European art village, then travels from village to village to complete the face, the expressive eyes, the highly detailed scenes and the elegant decorative trims. Items come in satin-lined presentation boxes.
|Up, Up and Away, from the Masterpiece collection|
|Open Road Santa, Derevo collection|
|Santa on Owl ornament|
|Father Frost ornament|
|Tree giver Santa|
|Nativity manger ornament|
|Sharing Secrets ornament|