Peacock Alley lands new AmericasMart home for markets this summer

Dallas – Peacock Alley, which this spring in Atlanta opened its first “Design Studio” outside its Texas headquarters here, continues to enhance its presence in the Southeastern city with a recent move into a new showroom at the AmericasMart in time for the summer markets this month.

It is located at the J. Douglas showroom in Building 1, space 13-A-1. There, the longtime luxury linens company is set to launch new “Great Indoors” collections, including new bedding and blankets that speak to the season via “soft textures and alluring prints.”

Peacock Alley new fall 2014 collections aim to provide rich texture and color in paisley touched with gold. A new all-white bed takes on understated, quintessential Peacock Alley elegance with the addition of its iconic medallion pattern in duvets and shams. Accessories abound for market, with delicate embellished and embroidered pillows making a statement in neutral tones, while soft mohair and garment-washed blankets offer a compliment to the line.

And finally, updates have been made to the bath category with new hand towels and the Metro towel wrap.

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