Capel to Introduce Wildlife, Picnic at Casual Furniture Market

Capel Rugs will launch two Capel Anywhere collections during the International Casual Furniture and Accessories Market, to be held Sept. 12-15 in Chicago.

The new Wildlife collection adds a contemporary vibe with its oversized animal prints on natural backgrounds. Machine woven in Belgium in an olefin/polyester blend, it's available in bengal and zebra patterns, and a 5'3" by 7'6" will retail for $159.

Also machine woven in Belgium, Picnic consists of three patterns in five neutral hues highlighted wi

th metallic yarns. Made of an olefin, polyester and acrylic blend, the collection will retail for $199 for a 5'3" by 7'6" rug.

"Capel Rugs was the first to introduce indoor/outdoor rugs to the marketplace, and we are proud to continue to lead the industry in this category," said Allen Robertson, Capel's vice president of sales. "This market we are excited to showcase some of the most imaginative collections we've ever created."

Capel's vice president-product and creative director Tami Watras added, "This season we really focused on comfort and texture. Our new outdoor collections are not only stylish and practically indestructible, they are also soft to the touch."

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