Textillery promotes pink as leading 2009 hue  

This plaid design infuses tints of baby pink, bubblegum and citron with azalea and sun accents. Suggested retail price is $215 for 42-by-72 and $290 for 52-by-72.

Bloomington, Ind. – Fashion throw producer Textillery Weavers is trumpeting the virtues of pink, as head designer Judith Rose prepares a range of pink and pink-combination looks for 2009 retail availability.

“As an accent color, pink will be a starlet on the decorating stage in 2009," said Rose. “Pink never goes out of style, but it’s certainly on the rise as a popular trend. Through new design and color combinations, we're always seeking for ways to incorporate pink into casual yet elegant accents for the home.”

Rose emphasized, “Fun and flirty to feisty and fashionable, pink adds a classically feminine touch to décor."

Textillery will be spotlighting its new palette at a range of gift industry events this year. The products offered are made of 100% rayon chenille yarns and are finished with a six-inch fringe border. Suggested retails range from $215 for the 42-inch-by-72-inch size, to $300 for 52-by-72.

This plaid design infuses tints of baby pink, bubblegum and citron with azalea and sun accents. Suggested retail price is $215 for 42-by-72 and $290 for 52-by-72.

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