Since its acquisition in January by Hermes-Otto International, Bombay Company has re-emerged with new growth and distribution efforts.
William Hollands, president of H-OI and Bombay Company, stated in a press release that he intended to develop long-term partnerships with key retailers. These efforts are being rolled out this week, with 180 Kroger grocery and general merchandise stores now carrying furniture, accents and gifts from Bombay Company. The selection includes mirrors, vases and novelty accents, chairs, upholstered pieces, accent tables and coffee tables ranging from about $7 to $400.
“With its potent blend of classic styling and unexpected detail, Bombay Company continues to be a vital, highly-recognized brand in the U.S.,” said Hollands.
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