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Robert Allen and Scalamandré announce strategic alliance

Posted on Tuesday, October 02, 2012.

For the first time, Robert Allen | Beacon Hill and Scalamandré collections will be distributed together in two markets, with the possibility of adding additional markets in the future.

To start, Robert Allen | Beacon Hill collections will be displayed at the Scalamandré Showroom in Hollywood, FL and Scalamandré’s collections will be featured in the Robert Allen | Beacon Hill Showroom in Dallas, TX.

"We believe the complementary nature of our products and our diverse fabric solutions will offer not only elegant home furnishing solutions but also greater improvement in design accessibility and efficiency," said Philip H. Kowalczyk, President and CEO of The Robert Allen Design Group. "We feel this exciting new plan has potential for additional market penetration."

Steven Stolman, President of Scalamandré, adds: “The reach that Robert Allen has, as one of America's largest fine fabric and home furnishings companies, is exciting for us, as we continue to bring the extraordinary legacy of Scalamandré fabrics, wallcovering and trims to the global design community.”


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