Feizy fetes 40th with new colors, constructions for NY market

Retail Editor 2, Staff Staff, August 28, 2013

Dallas - In tandem with its 40th anniversary this year, Feizy Rugs is launching a spectrum of new rugs in a rainbow of colors across a variety of constructions at the New York Home Fashions Market in September.

New products have been designed to coordinate "effortlessly across categories, making buying and decorating simpler than ever," noted ceo John Feizy.

A highlight among the new offerings is the expansion of the Feizy Rugs/Poetic Wanderlust by Tracy Porter partnership with a new line of kitchen, accent and bath rugs featuring Porter's signature
whimsical yet elegant patterns interpreted on printed PET recycled fiber.

This entire new line of smaller printed PET pieces have been designed to coordinates with a selection of Poetic Wanderlust by Feizy Rugs cotton rugs that come in standard sizes.

Also new for market is the Strathmore collection of hand hooked 100% wool area through accent rugs. Employing a new construction and dying technique and concept, these rugs feature a tie-dyed effect to create relaxed spaces.

Two new palettes in Feizy's popular machine-made polypropylene construction are also being introduced, as well as several new multi-texture polypropylene indoor/outdoor creels.

Feizy added the new breadth of colors offered across collections "allows buyers to tie bath, accent, pillows, throws, quilts and full size rugs together for an entire home that coordinates rather than ‘matches.'"

Feizy Rugs' New York showroom, located at 230 Fifth Avenue, in suite 904-05, will be open during market September 23-26.

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