Stein Mart Offering Nina Campbell Home Collection

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla.-Stein Mart is launching the Nina Home by Nina Campbell collection today in 200 of its stores and on steinmart.com.

Campbell, a London-based interior designer and decorator, has included bedding, bath linens and home accessories in the line. Its look ranges from traditional to contemporary, and "is elegant and approachable with a rich and often playful color palette," said a Stein Mart statement. The products are priced in line with Stein Mart's everyday-low-price orientation.

Jay Stein, Stein Mart's chairman and CEO, said of Campbell, "Her impeccable taste and precision to detail make every piece in the collection not only desirable, but affordable, and we look forward to adding this exclusive line to our selection of home fashion."

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