Home Source Intl readies its first Tencel collection

Retail Editor 4, August 23, 2013

Home SourceHome Source's Parousha Duvet set in Dream Blue
Atlanta - Multi-category home textiles and furniture manufacturer Home Source International will debut its first Tencel collection of sheets and duvet covers during next month's New York Home Fashions Market.

"Home Source has always been on the forefront of sustainable and eco-friendly home textiles so this new collection is no exception," the company said in its announcement. "This collection of duvet sets and sheet sets are 100% Tencel. "

Tencel is a brand of lyocell made by Lenzing and produced from sustainable Eucalyptus forests, processed in a closed manufacturing system and recognized for its low environmental impact.

Home Source's Tencel collection is 400 thread count and available in twin, queen and king sizes in four colors.

Also during market, Home Source will introduce the Clip ‘N Zip duvet cover with a hidden zipper closure and three removable clips on each side to hold the duvet in place.
"No longer will your duvet slip as you toss and turn at night, nor will you struggle to put your comforter back in its cover after laundering," said the company.
The Clip ‘N Zip duvet is a 300 thread count cotton with a reversible design available in four colors.

In addition, Home Source will launch the Parousha Collection of luxury sheets and duvet covers. Parousha made from fine cotton grown under ecological conditions and is hand harvested without the use of defoliant chemicals. The sheet and duvet sets are 300 thread count cotton and available in six soft colors. The duvet covers feature a tonal geometric pattern reversing to a solid backing of the same color with button closure.

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