Creative Bath Teams with Jennifer Adams on Bath Products

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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.-Creative Bath Products has reached an agreement with interior designer Jennifer Adams for a collection of bath products and accessories.

Two new programs in this line will be launched at the International Home + Housewares Show and at the New York Home Fashions Market. One program will consist of fully coordinated bath ensembles including shower curtains, hooks, matching towels, rugs and accessories. The second program will have giftable sets encased inside a decorative matching stand or caddy, which will include a lotion pump, a jar and a soap dish.

Adams has been featured as a design expert on the Hallmark Channel's "The Better Show," and writes a newspaper column called "Ask Jennifer Adams." Her brand also includes bedding, fabrics, furniture, pet beds and accessories, apparel and area rugs.

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