ML Brands International to Introduce Martha Stewart Fine Furniture

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NEW YORK-ML Brands International, a joint venture between Miles Talbott Furniture and Lefa, Inc., will introduce Martha Stewart Fine Furniture at the upcoming High Point Furniture Market.

The Martha Stewart Fine Furniture line is a comprehensive assortment of upholstery frames, fabrics, case goods and occasional pieces. For the first time, Martha Stewart is offering a custom-design upholstery program, enabling consumers to create upholstered furniture pieces that meet their individual scale and style preferences.

"Martha Stewart and her brand continue to excite and inspire consumers with their unique designs and their fresh eye for practical details," said George Jordan, president of Miles Talbott Furniture. "We are thrilled to be partnering with MSLO on this new furniture line and look forward to unveiling it at High Point."

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