Feizy Rug to Participate in the Oscars

DALLAS-For the second consecutive year, Feizy Rugs will have product in the Architectural Digest Greenroom at the 85th Oscars, which will be televised on Feb. 24, 2013. Three rugs will be featured, including a design from its Channels collection, 7276 Ivory.

"We are so proud to be a part of this celebrated event," said John Feizy, founder and CEO, Feizy. "This is a wonderful start to a year in which we are marking our 40th anniversary. Working with such a respected publication and one of the most talented and inspired designers in the industry today is truly a highlight for us as a company."

This year's Architectural Digest Greenroom, created by AD100 interior designer Madeline Stuart, features an Art Deco-influenced look and was inspired by 11-time Oscar winner Cedric Gibbons, the art director and production designer credited with designing the Oscar statuette. "My design for the Architectural Digest Greenroom pays homage to his four decades of film designs," said Stuart. "My goal was to design a space where contemporary stars wouldn't be surprised to bump into Cary Grant or Katherine Hepburn."

This is the eleventh year that Architectural Digest will produce the backstage lounge for Oscar presenters and honorees.

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