Classy Art Teams Up with Mossy Oak

The wall décor supplier looks to bring the outdoors inside with its nature-themed collection
July 24, 2015Andrea Lillo

ClassyArtAn image from Classy Art’s Nativ Living line
HOUSTON-Wall décor supplier Classy Art will debut its licensed line with Mossy Oak at the upcoming Las Vegas Market. Called Nativ Living, the line contains more than 125 items, including canvas, framed prints, metal and wood wall sculptures and mirrors.

The line brings the outdoor lifestyle indoors, and will include the expected subject matters such as wildlife, camouflage and hunting, as well as some unexpected images, the company said. It will also incorporate a lot of natural elements, textures and styles such as wood textures, leaves, acorns and trees.

The license is for all wall décor under $100 wholesale cost, the company said. Classy Art exhibits with Crown Mark in space A-626 in Building A at Las Vegas Market. It will also show the line at the Tupelo Furniture Market.

“We are incredibly excited to show this collection,” said Gabriel Cohen, vice president, Classy Art. “With an eye on our customer base and an ear to their requests, this line is giving them exactly what they have been asking for. The Mossy Oak following and the outdoor lifestyle is huge and we are happy to be a part of it.”

Stylecraft also has a Mossy Oak licensed line, which contains lighting and décor, including wall pieces.

Andrea LilloAndrea Lillo | Fashion Editor
alillo@hfnmag.com

Andrea Lillo has written about a variety of topics, from beer gardens in Queens to kitchen design trends to residential caves. Having joined Home Furnishings News in 2006, she serves as Fashion Editor.

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