Feizy Rugs to fete new showroom in New York
August 2, 2010,
Dallas - Feizy Rugs is planning a celebration for the opening of its new permanent showroom in New York City during the New York Home Fashions Market, Sept. 13 to 17.
The new space is in suite 904-5 at 230 Fifth Avenue. It will house the company's growing line of area rugs, accent rugs, bath rugs, decorative pillows and throws made to service mass merchant retailers. The company's prior showroom in New York was in 267 Fifth Avenue.
In line with the market and the showroom debut, Feizy will also present several new collections of area rugs. At the forefront is Escape, the fourth lifestyle trend collection being added to the company's Mystique theme. Escape encompasses a large grouping of rugs that also coordinate with a line of accessories - accent rugs, decorative pillows, throws, quilts and bath rugs, made in a variety of constructions and styles.
"We've done a lot of design development with our buyers in mind," said Jamie Jones, key account manager. "We're infusing upbeat hues into eye-catching designs. With the wide selection of products we're offering, Feizy has really become a one-stop shop."
Five new creels and a myriad of designs in the Saphir construction will also be shown. These rugs are power loomed of faux silk in a high-low construction and are densely woven.
Feizy will also debut a large collection of quilts and coordinating pillows featuring decorative stitching and lively designs. These pieces are infused with the energizing color and clean patterns that are seen across the Escape collection's product assortment.
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