Feizy Introducing 19 Rug Collections in Dallas
August 1, 2013,
Rugs from Feizy’s Sargasso I collection can be used indoors and outdoors.
"Our designers have created amazingly eye-catching designs in all price points and constructions," John Feizy, founder and ceo, said in a release. "From the ultra-fine, hand-knotted pieces down to attractively priced, indoor/outdoor and machine made collections, we have an incredible new selection of pieces that represent every taste and offer something that's practical for every lifestyle."
Two new collections, Amalfi and Anoosha, will be added to the Feizy Fine Rug Collection at the Dallas market, which runs June 19-25. The Anoosha Collection is a grouping of traditional designs while Amalfileans more toward transitional and contemporary.
In addition, 17 new collections will be added to the Feizy Home Collection of mid-range to value-priced rugs. Power loomed additions include the Lucka Collection of indoor/outdoor rugs, the Saphir Yardley and Saphir Rubus collections of high-low viscose rugs and the Azeri Collection, a new wool and viscose offering available in four palettes.
New tufted offerings include the Mahsa, Carina, Aurora and Morisco collections. The Cetara Collection of hand-hooked rugs is also set for introduction.
Tamar and Coronado are the newest additions to the Poetic Wanderlust Collection by Tracy Porter, which will also make their first Dallas appearances, and the Sargasso I and Sargasso II Collections of eco-friendly, indoor/outdoor PET rugs will also be shown.
A percentage of all orders placed at market will be donated to the Global Fund for Children to benefit marginalized children in more than 60 countries.
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