Langdon Textiles Line Debuts on Walmart.com

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NEW YORK-Walmart.com has introduced a collection of accent textiles from Libby Langdon, the designer, author and television personality.

The line consists of mix-and-match decorative pillows, pouf ottomans, throw blankets and rugs under the brand warm&inviting by Libby Langdon. The design themes include Chic and Cheerful, Sophisticated Style, Cool and Current, Soft and Serene, Color Pop and Beach House. The site will also offer Langdon's room designs incorporating her collection and existing Walmart furnishings and accessories, along with Langdon's tips on creating a designer look at home, according to a statement from the designer.

Langdon operates her own design firm, Libby Interiors Inc., based here. She is the host of the NBC TV show "Daykeover with Libby Langdon," and has appeared on HGTV, "The View," "The Today Show" and "The Rachael Ray Show." Her work has also appeared in Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, Traditional Home, Hamptons Cottages & Gardens and Better Homes and Gardens.

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