Fiesta Tableware partners with Avanti Linens for bed and bath collection

The Fiesta Tableware Company’s Fiesta Dinnerware brand announced a new license partnership with Avanti Linens. The partnership will bring a collection of bath and bedding products to the market in the spring of 2021.

“We’re so pleased with the preliminary collection we’ve been collaborating on,” said Rich Brinkman, vice president of sales and marketing of The Fiesta Tableware Company. “Avanti understands our brand, retailers and consumers; they’ve done a beautiful job of translating the colors and personality of Fiesta onto the linens. We are thrilled to begin sharing them soon.”

The bath collection will include bath towels, beach towels, bath accessories, shower curtains and rugs in Fiesta signature colors. Bedding previously licensed with Ellison First Asia will include blankets, sheets, comforters, decorative pillows and quilts. Town & Country is the licensee for kitchen and table linens.

“We’re very excited to work with Fiesta, a great brand with a long history and look forward to delivering exciting bed and bath products to the market starting in spring 2021,” said Jeff Kaufman, president and COO of Avanti Linens.

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September 2020 Home Item Recommendations From Monique Valeris

As Good Housekeeping’s senior home editor, I come across tons of home-related products, both good and bad. But there are some special finds that are just too great to keep to myself. That’s why I’m sharing my favorite home items with you—our readers—here on our website every month in the hope that you’ll appreciate them as much as I do.


Last month, I shared some of the stylish home items that carried me through the summer months. Now that we’ve transitioned to fall, it’s only right to highlight the best pieces that I’ll be relying on to make my space more cozy and suitable for the cooler temps. Scroll down for a look at what’s on my radar this month, from chic bookends to a cozy throw. You won’t be disappointed.

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Vase Bookends

Uncommon Goods
uncommongoods.com

$45.00

You can never go wrong with a double-duty product like these adorable bookends that are designed to keep your favorite blooms on full display.

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Bungalow Rug by Jenni Kayne

Lulu and Georgia
luluandgeorgia.com

$128.00

Warm up your space with this striped flatweave from Jenni Kayne’s new rug collection for Lulu & Georgia. 

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Jonathan Adler Single-Serve K-Cup Pod Coffee

Ideas For House Decor

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