Textiles New Product winners announced   

New York – More than 120 entries in the New York Home Textiles Market Week Best New Product Awards were judged yesterday, and the overall, or Best of Market, winner was New York-based Dixie Reinhardt Fine Linens, for its Private Collection hand-embroidered pillows made of Italian linen.

The category winners and runners-up:

Bed: V Rugs & Home (Miami) for the Monet duvet cover, made of 100% linen with handmade flowers and mother of pearl. Finalists: Rajboori Luxury Home Textiles (Vancouver, B.C., Canada), Holi Quilt; and Schlossberg of Switzerland (Clinton, N.J.), Schlossberg Papillon print duvet.

Bath: Schlossberg of Switzerland (Clinton, N.J.), Sensitive towel, made of cradle-to-cradle certified hand-plucked Egyptian long staple cotton and vegetable dyes. Finalists: Espalma by Cobra (New York), Art Deco bath ensemble; and John Matouk & Co. (New York), Orlo towel collection.

Dining: VDS/Alexandra Turpault (Woodland Hills, Calif.), Hannah tablecloth, made of 100% linen with unique color and embroidery. Finalists: Libeco Home (New York), Fjord tablecloth; and Shades of India (Noida, U.P., India), Cambria Orchid napkin tie .

Home Accessories: The Concept Collection (Punta Gorda, Fla.), Traces of Yellow collection of pillows and throws, made of 100% wool. Finalists: Anupama (Montreal), CC 50 on cotton; and Malaika by Luxe Brands International (Oakville, Ont., Canada), Smocked toss pillow from the Luxor Silk Collection.

“Creativity and innovation are more important than ever in today’s challenging business environment, so we’re thrilled to see so many exciting new introductions at this market” said Penny Sikalis, vp at show producer GLM, LLC. Criteria in the judging included innovation in design; creative use of materials/construction; and new fiber, material or technology.

The judges were: Jenny Heinzen York, editor-in-chief, Home Accents Today; Jennifer Marks, editor-in-chief, Home Textiles Today; John Saxtan, editorial director, Talcott Publications (representing Home Fashion & Furniture Trends); Julie M. Smith, editorial director, Design & Décor; Wanda Jankowski, editor-in-chief, LDB Interior Textiles; and David Gill, senior editor, textiles, housewares, bedding, HFN.

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