Trump Home Partners with Kassatex on Bath Line

NEW YORK-The Trump Organization and Kassatex have reached an agreement to produce a collection of bath products under the Trump Home brand.

The line will debut at next month's New York Home Fashions Market. It will include bath towels, bath accessories, bath rugs and shower curtains. The initial offerings will come in four design groups "that have been developed to capture the spirit of various Trump properties," according to a joint statement from both companies, and will include elements such as long-staple yarns, "rich" colors and materials such as marble and mother-of-pearl.

The Trump Home bath collection will be targeted at department stores, specialty stores and independent retailers throughout the United States, Canada and selected international locations. Trump Home already encompasses furniture, lighting, mattresses, bedding, crystal home accessories, stemware, barware and giftware, along with a recently announced home-fragrance line.

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