Textillery Weavers Offers Throw Collections

Woven throw producer Textillery Weavers will debut two new collections of hand-woven chenille throws during the summer 2007 gift and home markets in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles.

New color combinations infuse Hot Tamale with contrasting warm and cool tones and a vintage look, while Fireside Manor features soft, neutral colors, traditional plaid and check patterns, and rich, inviting textures.

The collections will be showcased in Booth 2129 at the Sands Convention Center, Las Vegas, during Interior Lifestyle USA; Accent on Design Booth 4121 during the New York Int'l Gift Fair; and in the Diane Baker & Associates Showroom, 12-205 at the Chicago Merchandise Mart.

"Traditional looks never go out of style," said Textillery Weavers head designer Judith Rose of the Fireside Manor line. "So we're always looking for warm, rich color and design combinations that can bring casual, yet elegant accents to today's home."

Rose added, "Our newest Hot Tamale designs can add a vibrant, bright splash of color to any room."

Retail price points run from $215 for 42-by-72 to $465 for 52-by-72 in various styles.

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