Lighting Company Feiss Gets Back into Mirror Category at High Point

RYE, N.Y.-Lighting company Feiss has added mirrors back into its product mix, and the relaunch will be seen at the upcoming High Point Market. Besides mirrors, new portables will also be added for a total of 100 new items, with styles ranging from traditional and ornate to modern and clean looks. The introduction follows the company's 200-plus item launch at the Dallas market.

"While Feiss has offered some mirrors as part of its product line up during the last few years, we're now getting back in the mirror business more fully," said Maria Scutaro, president. "We'll continue to grow this part of our assortment to become a new, strong source for decorative mirrors." The company shows in IHFC C120 in High Point.

The new line includes traditional, transitional, contemporary and classic design--many inspired by differing global cultures. "Our customers and consumers will see a wide variety of styles, cool finishes and on-trend designs," said Sharon Paisley, product manager for Feiss portables and mirrors. Paisley said that she "strived to create pieces that can be combined for an eclectic look, as consumers become more comfortable in mixing styles."

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