Rojo 16 debuts products at NY NOW

Rojo 16LOS ANGELES – Rojo 16 America, a designer and manufacturer of home décor and accent furnishings, will complete the debut of its 2016 introductions with the NY NOW winter market, Jan. 31-Feb. 3. Introductions include additions to its metal and stone accent furniture, Lucite accessories and decorative bottles.

“Our January market season has been successful with our products being well received at each venue,” said Aaron Shabtai, president, Rojo 16 America. “Through our introductions of trending metallic finishes, popular decorative bottle designs and Lucite accent accessories, buyers can offer their customers luxury as well as unique home décor finishing touches.”

Geometric hexagon elements were added to contemporary accent tables crafted of stone and metal. The Hex Table, which boasts a honeycomb pattern, provides a unique addition to most décor schemes. Also new are the Lucite stud tray with decorative spikes, as well as a clear Lucite cake plate, napkin rings and coasters. Rojo 16 is also continuing to highlight its colored and gold accented bottle designs because they have proven to be a buyer favorite.

The complete Rojo 16 collection will be on display at NY NOW in the Javitz Center Booth #1876.

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