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October 25, 2012-- Home Textiles Today,
Classic Home Rugs aims the spotlight on jute with this Tri Cable weave.
Feizy Rugs' Mambasa Collection uses simple, African-inspired patterns made of hand-knotted bamboo silk.
Capel's Thailand collection features ikat designs interpretted in two washed colorways. These rugs are woven in Belgium of 100% olefin.
Kas Rugs' Cortico collection rugs are handwoven using a nobby weave technique. Made in India of New Zealand wool, these rugs come in several solid colorations, including ivory, mocha, beige, grey, and blue.
Art Resources debuts the Kotan hand-knotted rug as part of its Vintage collection.
The Rug Market America's Grace offers artistic form with contemporary styling.
AMS Imports' Shaded Sunshine is a reversible, hand-woven flat weave made of 100% llama wool in Peru.
Foreign Accents takes a contemporary tone in its Boardwalk collection of hand-tufted wool rugs.
Rightside Design's Dragonfly & Cattails pillow uses applique soft sculpture with croc vinyl, velvets, organzas with button eyes on citrus yellow panels trimmed in mutli color fringe.
Bedford Cottage/Kennebunk Home's Marrakesh knit throw is made of acrylic and finished with an extra border detail.
Karastan adds Marietta Mocha to the Bellingham Collection, which is woven in the United States from fully worsted New Zealand wool.
G.E.A.R. specializes in "re-invented, re-cycled" products hand-made in Alabama.
Tapestries Ltd.'s French Alphabet takes a page from the work of the French encyclopedist Diderot and interprets it on a linen/cotton construction.
Comfort Revolution's Mattress Caddy houses up to a 14-inch memory foam king mattress and can be re-used.
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