Powell to Debut Bombay Kids Furniture

CULVER CITY, Cal.--Powell will unveil Ella, the first youth bedroom group introduced under the Bombay Kids brand, at next month's High Point Market.

Designed with casual appeal, Ella features classic shapes with clean lines and lots of storage options. The 12-piece collection comes in a fresh white finish. Each case piece can be customized by changing the color of the panels in choices of pink, blue, black or fresh white.

 "This is just the beginning for Bombay Kids," said John Conrad, Powell's vice president of Bombay Merchandising. "We have many more introductions planned for 2013 and beyond."

The Ella group will be on display during the High Point Furniture Market, scheduled for April 20-25, at The Powell Company showroom, located in the Furniture Mart Building in High Point, N.C.

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