OW launches Tommy Bahama Collection
Home & Textiles Today Staff -- Home Textiles Today, January 10, 2014
Dalton, Ga. - Sophisticate casual lifestyles, coastal or otherwise, are the focus of Oriental Weavers' Tommy Bahama Program, which launched this week during the Atlanta International Area Rug Market.
A generous offering of seven collections, OW's design team was careful to interpret the brand's "relaxed, unhurried and unwavering eye for quality" message across a variety of contemporary and traditional looks and colorways, said Nicki Rayburn, director of marketing.
The seven collections are: Cabana, an indoor/outdoor polypropylene in 12 designs; Voyage, a space-dyed frise-pile polypropylene; Valencia, a handmade jute from India featuring a Soumak construction; Jamison, a handmade wool in a dense pile with tip shear for texture; Vintage, a machine-made wool from Egypt in 14 styles; Ansley, another handmade jute that is hand-knotted in India; and Maddox, a hand-knotted group made of fine semi-worsted wool in two patterns and three colorways.
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