Donny Osmond Home Adds Licenses for Lighting, Wall Art

Licensees Signed for Donny Osmond Home

ATLANTA-Donny Osmond Home has added two new partners to its growing list of product manufacturers: Capital Lighting Fixture and Boston Warehouse Trading Company.

Launching in July at the Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market, the Boston Warehouse collection for Donny Osmond Home will consist of canvas wall art and other novelty decor. "The company's recipe for creativity is friendliness, teamwork and intense energy," said Peter Jenkins, founder, Boston Warehouse.

Capital Lighting's licensed line of hard-wired lighting fixtures, chandeliers, sconces, pendants and vanity lighting will debut in January 2015.

"As we continue to launch in new categories, it is gratifying to see the support and buy-in from retailers and consumers," said Deb Wallace, DOH brand manager. "It is a fantastic response to the engagement and connectivity which Donny inspires. The core values embodied by Donny and Debbie Osmond, the icons of what this brand represents, are tangible and easily translatable into quality product."

The initial licensed lines for Donny Osmond Home launched in January, and include home decor, bedding, lamps and furniture.

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