C&F Enterprises, Gallerie II to launch “Fish Outta Water” home furnishings collection

Newport News, Va. – Longtime home textiles supplier C&F Enterprises Inc. and its sister company, gift and home accessories house Gallerie II, are collaborating to create the new “Fish Outta Water” collection of contemporary home décor and accessory and tabletop pieces for the upcoming spring/summer season.

Fish Outta Water is set to launch next month during the Atlanta AmericasMart’s International Gift & Home Furnishings Market, which is scheduled for Jan. 12 to 19.

 Designed by licensed artist Lori Siebert of Olika Studios, the collection features her signature bright and graphic style. The pieces depict fish imagery interpreted on guest and kitchen towels, hooked rugs, photo realistic pillows and throws for C&F Enterprises and coordinating figurines, wall art and ornaments, and ceramic serving pieces for Gallerie II.

 For the launch, Siebert will be at the C & F Enterprises and Gallerie II shared showroom at the AmericasMart Gift Mart, Building 2, Suite 1435, on Jan.15 from 4 to 5 p.m. for an artist signing.  Free gifts with purchase will be available while supplies last.

 “We selected Lori’s art because of her ability to combine bright colors and pattern in a very creative way that adds a whimsical touch to a traditional icon,” said Cindi Steele, creative manager for C & F Enterprises and Gallerie II. “It’s fun and gives you a reason to smile.”

 

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