Foreston Trends branches out Textaline offerings into rugs with organic outdoor styles

At the New York Market - Tall trees, giant blades of grass, wood grains and leafy looks describe Foreston Trends' new collection of accent and area rugs for market.

The longtime supplier of table linens and kitchen textiles is branching out into rugs this market with a very specific offering - Textaline, a vinyl-coated mesh like fabric often used in patio furniture seating.

Foreston Trends' rugs feature graphic designs, mainly organic in theme, in beige, brown, black, gray and mossy green palettes.

The rugs come in four sizes, from accent through area.

The company got the idea for this rug collection from one of its similarly-made place mats. Also made of Textaline, the place mat collection launched about three years ago "and has been growing, growing, growing ever since," said Dick Gould, vp.

The rugs target outdoor use but can work inside homes in casual settings.

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