Ethan Allen Debuts Disney Collection

Furniture, bedding, rugs, lighting and storage products are part of the line
November 21, 2016David Gill

DisneyBeddingFULLBedding and decorative pillows from the Ethan Allen|Disney collection
DANBURY, Conn.-Ethan Allen officially launched its Ethan Allen|Disney collection on Nov. 18, the birthday of Disney’s most famous character—Mickey Mouse.

The collection includes more than 500 styles for nurseries, children’s rooms, playrooms and family living spaces. Also part of the line are accessories such as art and wall décor, rugs, lighting, bedding and storage pieces. Many of the styles are inspired by retro Disney designs, playful shapes and signature details of both Mickey and Minnie Mouse.

The Ethan Allen|Disney collection is currently available at all Ethan Allen Design Centers in the United States and Canada and at ethanallen.com/Disney. A 32-page booklet featuring the Ethan Allen|Disney collection is also available. Products inspired by other Disney characters will be introduced in late 2017, Ethan Allen said.

“Ethan Allen|Disney is like nothing we’ve ever done, and nothing you’ve ever seen,” said Farooq Kathwari, Ethan Allen chairman, president and CEO. “Combining our core strengths of craftsmanship, style and quality with Disney’s rich storytelling, we’ve created an experience that kids and parents will truly love and appreciate.”

David GillDavid Gill | Contributing Editor

David Gill is a contributing editor to HFN.

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