Crate and Barrel Partners with Designer Navone on Home Collection

Crate and BarrelNORTHBROOK, Ill.-Crate and Barrel has formed a partnership with designer and architect Paola Navone on a collection consisting of multiple home decor categories.

The first of three planned collections will consist of more than 140 items that will include tabletop, textiles, decorative accessories, lighting, rugs, dining tables and seating. It will debut at select Crate and Barrel stores and on crateandbarrel.com on Sept. 9, and will roll out to all Crate and Barrel locations by Sept. 13. The line will be labeled the Paola Navone Collection Only at Crate and Barrel.

The tabletop portion of the collection includes ceramic dinnerware, flatware, handblown glassware, serving pieces, table linens and accessories. Also in the line are eleven dining tables complemented by nine different seating alternatives.

Marta Calle, president and chief merchant of Crate and Barrel, said the Navone line will be affordably priced and will reflect "our shared values of casual elegance in entertaining and everyday living."

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