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Decorize, Inc. Announces Partnership With Klaussner Furniture

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Decorize, Inc., a leader in the home accents industry, announced that the company has partnered with Klaussner Furniture Industries to design and source an exclusive line of home accessories, lighting, wall decor and accent furniture to be marketed under the Klaussner's Complements brand. About 350 SKUs are available in Complements, including top of bed collections, rugs, lamps, wall decor, tabletop accessories and permanent botanicals. "Complements is a whole-room concept, allowing Klaussner to provide a comprehensive line of furnishings for the home," said Jeff Davis, Senior Vice President of Business Development for Klaussner. "We selected Decorize as a partner because of their impressive ability to design and manufacture multiple home furnishing categories. We are thrilled to have Decorize as a single source for accessories that complement our upholstery and case goods assortment." The proprietary line is targeted to accessory shops, interior designers and specialty boutiques, as well as the furniture stores that make up the bulk of Klaussner's traditional customer base. Steve Crowder, Decorize, Inc. President and Chief Executive Officer, stated, "We are excited about the opportunity to work with Klaussner Furniture, one of the five largest furniture manufacturers in America. This further validates that Decorize has the design breadth and sourcing model to provide value to major furniture manufacturers." About Decorize, Inc.: Decorize, Inc., founded in 2000, is a recognized leader in the home accents industry. The company has developed a vertically integrated design, sourcing and logistics model that reduces costs traditionally channeled into home furnishings. Decorize has served more than 3,000 small and large retail accounts, including national brand names such as, Broyhill Furniture Industries, Bombay Company, Home Depot, Stein Mart Inc, May/Federated Stores, Neiman Marcus, Rooms To Go, and Anthropologie.