Jellybean Debuts Memory Foam Line

The accent rug line from Jellybean now has a softer side, with the addition of new memory foam rugs this month. Like the existing Jellybean line, these rugs are also handmade and washable, but with the addition of 12 mm of memory foam inside for a cushiony touch.

"We decided to add memory foam to our Jellybean line as a natural add-on," said Renee Ringstad, vice president of merchandising, Jellybean. "The addition of memory foam moves Jellybean from 'impulse' to 'home decor.'"

Fifteen designs will be available in two sizes (20-by-30 inches and 20-by-40 inches) and sold in sets of two. "With a variety of our popular designs available, these new rugs will be a great addition for buyers to add to their rolling racks and sales programs."

At the Atlanta International Gift and Home Furnishings Market, Jellybean will also be opening its first showroom at AmericasMart, #787A in Building 2W.

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