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Design Home is a leading Canadian sales agency, founded in 1998 by Jay Djang and Sam Rossi. The company grew out of a demand to supply the Canadian giftware industry with attractive & marketable products from leading US suppliers. With roots as a traditional “stocking” distributor, and extensive sales & marketing background in all regions of the US gift industry, Jay & Sam recognized the need to supply US lines in a comprehensive and consolidated basis, while making it streamline and seamless for the Canadian retailer to acquire these products.
While many sales agencies and distributors focus specifically on gift or stationery products, Design Home Gift & Paper represents a complete blend of coordinated gift and paper products, to include 20 lines and 60,000 SKUs. Which include contemporary lifestyle & traditional home décor, accent furniture, garden accessories, candles, kitchen coordinates, gift packaging, social stationery, greeting cards, paper tableware, lamps, wall décor, clocks, tabletop and glassware.
Our product lines are represented nationally through a sales force of 28 professionals, supported by an administrative, and sales & marketing management infrastructure. Design Home services 6000 mid. to better independent retailers & regional/national chains, in all categories of trade from general gift, museum, gallery, garden centre, florist, hospital gift, stationery, book, furniture, home decor to lifestyle accounts.
Our high-profile vendors include: Mudpie, the leading baby & pet line in the marketplace with a strong incentive price point gift division; Creative Co-Op, one of the fastest growing accessories lines in the industry; CR Gibson, the leading “social stationery” line in the marketplace; Design Ideas, a line focused on “affordable fashion” home accessories, storage& organizational products, gift & impulse items, wall décor and stationery & window art; and Napa Home & Garden, the leading garden accessories & container line in the industry.
Contact: Scott Ebenhardt