Walker Edison Partners with Angelo Surmelis

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LOS ANGELES-Designer Angelo Surmelis, creator of the brands angelo:HOME and the forthcoming apartment AH by angelo:HOME, has teamed with furniture manufacturer Walker Edison.

Surmelis' first collection, City Grove under apartment AH by angelo:HOME will showcase at the Las Vegas Market in July. The collection is expected to launch at retail this September, with products including a TV console, desk, media tower, coffee table and side table.

"To be able to create this line, and our forthcoming designs, with Walker Edison has been a dream," Surmelis said. "Everyone at Walker Edison has embraced our brand mission, and I look forward to bringing all of these exciting looks to market."

"Partnering with a creative design talent such as Angelo is a great opportunity," said Brad Bonham, Walker Edison CEO. "Angelo's marketing philosophy coincides perfectly with our goal of providing on-trend products at exceptional values. Both Walker Edison Furniture and Angelo Home have been amongst the fastest-growing home furnishings brands in the industry over the last several years, and we look forward to continuing that trend for many years to come."

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