Founded in 1995, the furniture brand was formerly licensed by Drexel Heritage. AALMG now plans to grow the Postobello brand with broader distribution and new pieces that embody the luxury lifestyle without sacrificing livability and affordability.
Among the products in the works are case goods (including bed frames, dining tables and coffee tables) and upholstery goods (including sofas, occasional chairs, ottomans and settees) and accessories (including lighting, floor coverings, bedding, and tabletop wares).
“I’ve known and seen the impact of Postobello at retail, and AALMG is thrilled to be partnering with (founder) Jen Kates and the team to not only re-introduce the world to such an iconic brand, but to expand the brand with new pieces and new distribution while still maintaining the company’s mission of being strong, simple and timeless,” says Terry Immekus, partner and furniture
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