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Kimlor Innovative Home Fashions introduces Purple Tie Dye, available as: comforter and sham sets, sheet sets, valances and decorative pillows.
Kimlor Innovative
Auskin USA Inc.Auskin USA Inc. takes cowhide to new places with its new Hair on Cowhide collection of multi-color and multi patterned area rugs.
Surya is expanding its Artistic Weavers program with the new Mantra collection. The rugs are hand-tufted and washed for heft, luster and reduced shedding.
Surya is
Rizzy Home’s

Rizzy Home's latest hand-crafted area rug offerings include Bentley, a hand-tufted collection made in India of a New Zealand wool blend.

The Rug Market America’s Cecelia is a hand tufted of wool and viscose.
The Rug Market
Safavieh’Safavieh’s new Jardin collection depicting dramatic floral patterns is hand-tufted in India using 100% wool with a cut-and-looped-hook texture.
Waverly by P/K Lifestyles is introducing Spellbound, seen here in the Fiesta colorway. It is made of 84% polyester and 16% rayon.
Waverly by P/K
Xia HomeXia Home Fashions is showing the Papillon pillow collection, which features colorful embroidery on printed linen backing.
Foreign Accents’ Chelsea collection features swirls of color on a cream background. The rugs are hand-tufted of wool and viscose.
Foreign Accents’
Shaw LivingShaw Living takes design cues from antique damasks for its Venezia collection. The symmetrical composition offers an ample proportion and the two-color palette offers contemporary sensibility. These rugs come in gold, blue, black and red.
Feizy Rugs’ Tesoro collection are hand-knotted in three different constructions: 100% wool, wool and bamboo silk, and 100% bamboo silk.
Feizy Rugs’
Tapestries Ltd.’sTapestries Ltd.’s French Birds on Blue tapestry collection is made in the USA in a linen/cotton blend.
Barretts Antique Rugs, Kilims, and Textiles is bringing one-of-a-kind decorative pillows and rugs made of natural fibers and fabrics.
Barretts Antique
Company C’sCompany C’s new Lounge Lake dec pillow is part of the Circles & Swirls collection, which combines embroidered and appliquéd multicolor dots on a cotton twill face.
G.E.A.R. by Re-Invention is showing its latest offering of U.S.A.-made home textiles, including this Toky patchwork pillow, which coordinates with the Toky throw in the same construction and color story.
G.E.A.R. by
Peking HandicraftPeking Handicraft Inc.’s new Double Peacock Embroidered pillow is a 16-inch square with feather down and featuring two brightly-colored peacock feathers embroidered on a natural linen ground.
Apadana Inc. comes to market with several new collections of modern and vintage flatweave rugs, such as Madison – a grouping of clean geometric looks.
Apadana Inc.
Kalaty Rugs’Kalaty Rugs’ new Portfolio by Parisa collection are made of 100% wool and bamboo silk and handcrafted on a Lori Loom weave.
AMS Imports’ InnerAsia Collection of Tibetan area rugs is made of 100% Tibetan highland wool in a 100-knot handknot construction.
AMS Imports’
Karastan’sKarastan’s new Elan Collection of area rugs combines traditional and modern motifs. All are woven in the U.S. from fully worsted New Zealand wool on Wilton (Van de Wiele) looms.
Kas Rugs’s Anise collection of botanical rugs are handmade in polyester and come in 10 designs, including this one titled Blue Silhouette
Kas Rugs’s
OW/Sphinx’sOW/Sphinx’s new Ensley Collection of rugs woven on an axminster loom in a blend of wool and synthetic yarns for a soft hand.
Beacon Hill adds to its Classics line with the introduction of the Modern Silks collection, which draws from bold and abstract designs that echo the art and architecture in today’s eclectic interiors.
Beacon Hill

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