Laurie Bell and Scene Weaver ready collection

Retail Editor 1, Michele SanFilippo, December 17, 2013

Sarasota, Fla. - Laurie Bell, from industry expert Laurie Jenkins, and Scene Weaver has collaborated on a line of indoor-outdoor soft accessories and will debut next month.
During the Atlanta International Gift and Home Furnishings Market, Laurie Bell cushions, pillows, fabrics and ottomans will be on display in cooperation with Scene Weaver in the Gib Carson and Associates Showroom in Building 2, Suite 1319 at the AmericasMart.
"I am excited to bring our sophisticated designs and American-

Laurie Bell and Scene Weaver ready collectionThe all-poly pillows are constructed of American-made fabrics.
made textile products to Atlanta, another tremendous vehicle to reach the gift and home furnishings segment," said Laurie Jenkins, co-owner, textile chemist and designer, Laurie Bell, High Point, N.C. "This is a growing category for our outdoor living products and a perfect fit for our designer-oriented lines of textiles and pillows, cushions and ottomans."
The color-ways being introduced in Atlanta for spring 2014 include Aquamarine, Navy and Poppy.
"Scene Weaver is thrilled to announce the product category expansion into outdoor living with Laurie Bell," said Kathryn Lawrie, vice president, Scene Weaver, Columbia, S.C. "Our team is simply delighted with each enthusiastic color story and trendy pattern in this introductory collection."

The accessories are constructed of 100% outdoor durable polyester print fabrics made in America with 100% polyester filling. Pillows are available in multiple square, bolster and lumbar sizes.
Laurie Bell products are available through online and high end interior/exterior and contract designers and specialty retailers.

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