Blissliving Launches Redesigned Web Site

ROCKVILLE, Md.--Blissliving Home has debuted its redesigned Web site at blisslivinghome.com.

The new site has been recreated as an interactive community for consumers, retailers and interior designers. Among its new features are a blog for reader comments; a photo gallery in which customers can share product and decorating tips; a video gallery featuring product-related videos, special interviews and event highlights; a virtual catalog; a free wallpaper-download section; an expanded "About the Team" section with photos and rotating notes from Blissliving team members; an interactive press section; a trade show calendar; a sales-tools section; and others.

New shopping features on the site include a "shop how you want" feature (in which consumers can shop buy product, color, trend/lifestyle and for a cause), larger product photos with zoom, and customer product reviews.

The new site went live on Feb. 10. Blissliving launched its initial site in January 2007.

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