May 3, 2013,
Kimlor Mills' Bone Collector collection includes mini bed sets of comforter and shams, sheet sets, drapes, valances, shower curtains and decorative pillows.
Achim Importing Co.'s Jasmine pairs a voile sheer jacquard in fleur-de-lis design with a matching double-layered silk ribbon trimmed ascot valance. Available colors include black, aubergine, ivory and chocolate.
American Rug Craftsman is feeling groovy with its new Shaggy Vibe Collection, which is being expanded for market. With designs the company describes as "trendy, energetic and luxurious," these polypropylene rugs are woven on Van de Wiele looms in the United States.
Etoffe Makara's Veronese collection shimmers with Swarovski crystals. The velvet oyster and black with silver and pewter hand-printed designs seen here are among the looks offered.
Softline Home Fashions is showing its new Palisade Collection in several colors and patterns, including this fresh take on a Moroccan mosaic tile design.
Karastan's Archipelago rug from the new Panache Collection depicts an ikat kaleidoscope of modern fashion. It comes in the plantation, sagebrush green, and black colorways.
Kim Salmela/ Design Accents presents a full line of about 60 skus divvied into several collections. Zahara is one of the new decorative pillow offerings seen here.
Dallas A. Saunders Studio's Fuchsia Amethyst decorative pillow and matching throw collection includes a pillow that is printed and sewn in the United States on a Belgian linen/ cotton blend fabric, and trimmed and backed with a copper penny gold Italian dupioni silk.
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