Trademark Registered for Emma at Home Brand

emma at home by Surya distribution expands
April 12, 2017HFN Staff

emma at home logo fullPetaluma, Calif.--Emma Gardner announced today that the emma at home® name identified with her modern home décor collection, is now a registered trademark in the United States (US). The brand is under license for multiple categories to Surya, the go-to resource for home.

“Personal Inspiration is the source of my designs, but I also delight in engaging with the increasingly global design trends. The result is collections that participate in the conversation while holding their own with a definitive point of view.” said Emma Gardner, founder + design chief, emma at home. “It’s nice to know that emma at home® is a protected part of that design conversation.”

The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) recently accepted the trademark and issued a registration certificate for the name.

Additionally, emma at home® by Surya, the award-winning program for rugs, pillows, throws and more, is now widely available at leading national retailers including Wayfair, Walmart.com and better independent furniture and gift stores

“Emma has a distinct point of view,” said Patrick McDarrah, emma at home’s president. “she offers unique looks that inspire passion, inviting people to bring fresh, beautiful accessories into their homes and their lives.” emma at home® by Surya is available at spring High Point Market Showplace 4100.

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