Launching this week at Macy’s: a new line of bedding from Dormify, the dorm decor company founded by a Churchill High School grad and her mother. “This is our first time partnering with a brick-and-mortar retailer,” says Nicole Gardner, chief operating officer for the Rockville-based company. “Macy’s was looking to target the college lifestyle in a way they haven’t done before, so the timing was perfect for us.” Founded in 2011 by ad exec Karen Zuckerman and her then-college-aged daughter Amanda, Dormify offers mix-and-match bedding and accessories for students who like their rooms to make a fashion statement. The Macy’s line will include four comforter sets (priced from $79.99 if you catch them on sale) with matching sheets and pillows. Everything is reversible, so students can change up their look or coordinate with a roommate. Dormify’s new bedding will be carried by 50 Macy’s stores nationwide — but not, unfortunately, the one at Westfield Montgomery Mall.