Saro gears up for summer launch of new lines
May 20, 2014,
Saro Trading's 100% cotton Embroidered Design pillow collection encompasses 17-inch square styles in coral, khaki, mint and navy blue.
Burbank, Calif. – Home textiles accessories house Saro Trading is unveiling is latest collections of table linens, decorative pillows and throws this summer at the Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market in mid July.
In the table linens category, there are several introductions. They include: the Beaded Burlap collection of 100% burlap runners, which coordinate with 18-inch decorative pillows;
The Embroidered Ikat Design collection of placemats and runners made of 100% polyester; the burlap trimmed 100% cotton napkins, available in the natural and white colorways, and sold in sets of four; the beaded jute design placemats, made of burlap and sold in sets of four; and the Ruffled Design collection, which includes embellished runners that are available in the khaki and white colorways.
New decorative pillow styles include: the Embroidered Design grouping of 100% cotton 17-inch pillows that come in four colors – coral, khaki, mint and navy blue; the Made in USA collection, which feature a linked design in either French blue or chartreuse and come in two sizes – 13-by-20 20-inch square; the Fringed Design grouping of 20-inch linen pillows that come in 10 colors – blue-gray, butterscotch, chartreuse, coral, ivory, natural, navy blue, rouge, taupe, and turquoise; and the Beaded Design 18-inch pillow collection, made of 100% cotton and available in bronze and pewter.
A highlight among the new throw offerings is the Plaid Design throw, a 100% acrylic 50-by-60 style in red.
Saro Trading’s Atlanta showroom is located at the AmericasMart in Building 1, suites 9D10-18 and 9E2-10.
The market is scheduled July 8-15.
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