Bombay Adds Lines to Catalogs

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The Bombay Company introduced several new collections in its fall Bombay and BombayKIDS catalogs, which were mailed last week.


The new Glamour Collection of home décor items in the Bombay catalog was inspired by the Hollywood era of the 1930s and 40s. The collection includes an ornate console decorated with scrolling iron accents and an antique silver finish ($199), a lamp with amber glass and bronze leaf motif ($79) and a mirrored chest with silver details ($349).


The latest additions to the BombayKIDS catalog are two bedding collections. Mod Chic (with prices between $19 and $499), with geometric patterns as well as muted pinks and purples, is targeted at teenage girls. Sci-Fi (with prices between $6 and $399) features retro science-fiction graphics and bold colors. It is geared toward boys.


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