EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - There is a world of creative textiles, color, and texture right of Tices Lane in East Brunswick, as a new business has found a home in East Brunswick. EB's newest business began its residence in town with a donation of $3,000 to the township's police and fire departments, and an official ribbon-cutting with Mayor Brad Cohen, members of the East Brunswick Chamber of Commerce, and a splash of contemporary color and design.
Founded in 2008, Triangle Home Fashions and its signature brand Lush Décor, is a leading home textiles designer, marketer, and distributor of home décor products. The company is one of the top five suppliers to of outdoor pillows, bedding, window coverings, and bath décor to companies including Amazon, Target, Macy’s Wal-Mart, Bed, Bath & Beyond, and Wayfair.
In the past three years, the company’s volume has grown by nearly 40%, according to promotional materials. The office and warehouse are now located in East Brunswick and the sales showroom is in Manhattan.
Jenny Zhu Cohen, Co-Founder and CEO is “committed to creating exceptional home décor product, offering world-class design, while providing a safe work environment.” This female-run business employs a 60% female staff, representing 10 countries as part of a diverse team.
Cohen, who has been named New Jersey Consumer EY Entrepreneur of the Year for 2019, is “not only passionate about doing good work, but doing good work that matters.”
This February, Triangle Home Fashions will launch the “Make-A-Wish Collection by Lush Décor what will gift 5% of net sales to the Make-A-Wish foundation. In addition, Lush Décor will donate 2% of all net sales from its entire line featured on its website.
Lush Décor started its new life in East Brunswick by donating to the township’s first responders. The company will continue its support of East Brunswick by working with the Department of Parks and Recreation to help design and decorate the “Daisy Project” apartment. This project will provide an opportunity for life-skills development at the Daisy Center in Bicentennial Park by creating a two-bedroom apartment so that brain-injured adults can learn daily living skills in a safe, monitored space.