AT HOME WITH HILFIGER: He's done the comforters, bed pillows and dust ruffles. Now Tommy Hilfiger would like to extend his brand to furniture. Hilfiger, who was in Philadelphia Friday to speak at a Wharton retail conference, said furniture is one category he's still looking to do. Asked if he was negotiating with a furniture company, Hilfiger told WWD, "Not yet but if you know any, I would love to design a whole collection of furniture." The designer has always had a personal interest in décor, as evidenced by his beautifully-appointed homes in Mustique, Nantucket and Manhattan, as well as his Round Hill Road estate in Greenwich, Conn., which sold last fall for $20 million. That home, with eight bedrooms, nine baths, a 2,000-bottle wine cellar, indoor basketball court, a massage room with waterfall, a sauna and a home theater, had been featured on charity house tours.
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