Springs, Pantone Join Forces on Bed and Bath Collection

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NEW YORK-Springs Global has formed an alliance with Pantone for collections of bedding and bath products under the brand name Pantone Universe.

The first ensembles in the new collections will be on display at the Springs showroom here during the upcoming New York Home Fashions Market. They are slated to appear at retail this coming fall. A statement from both companies said the collections will be "accessibly priced" and feature mix-and-match patterns.

Pantone Universe joins a lineup of Springs brands that also includes Diane von Furstenberg, Nate Berkus, Cindy Crawford Style, Espacio Sami Hayek, Marshall Quentin, Springmaid and Wamsutta. The new line "goes beyond expressing color in a way that's not just about color, but about moods and emotions," said Joe Granger, president of Springs.

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