Feizy Rugs Readies Las Vegas Market Introductions
July 26, 2011,
DALLAS-Feizy Rugs plans to unveil four new collections along with several additions to existing collections at the upcoming Las Vegas market, scheduled for Aug. 1-5.
Additions to both the Feizy Fine and Feizy Home Collections are planned, and a variety of styles, price points and constructions will be represented. To kick off market, the company will host a light breakfast in its showroom on Tuesday, Aug. 2, from 8:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m.
There are two new additions to The Bandu Collection, one of Feizy's best-selling and most elegant Fine Rug Collections. Traditional designs are finely handknotted in pure, handspun New Zealand wool to showcase great detail in new colorways and patterns. A fresh color palette and antique patina bring light and luxury to any setting.
Feizy's Home Collection is also expanding, with three new collections and multiple additions to the popular Indochine Collection of art silk shags.
The Marlowe Collection features an array of sophisticated brights and subdued neutrals. It's available in solids with tonal colorways coming soon.
Inspired transitional and updated traditional designs take on new dimensions in the Rivington Collection of power-loomed rugs. They feature a dynamic interplay of color and texture. Each design is enhanced by a rich tapestry of detail and on-trend colors to bring light and warmth to any setting.
A cool palette and transitional and traditional designs are the hallmarks of the Starnes Collection. Power loomed in a polypropylene pile, each piece features blues ranging from midnight to sky as well as a host of other soothing spa tones like beiges, browns and ivories.
Feizy's showroom is located in Building C, Suite 399 of the Las Vegas World Market Center. The company will be running several market incentives and hosting a nightly happy hour.
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