Feizy to fete Las Vegas market intros

Dallas – Feizy Rugs will showcase multiple new collections that focus on innovative constructions and new contemporary palettes at the upcoming Las Vegas Market, July 23-31.

The Gustavia collection’s palette is inspired by the sea, with its blue, purple, gray, teal, and coral hues on a machine-made construction.

Neela is a jute-and-sari silk blended grouping in bold, contemporary patterns of subtle color gradations in lilac and blue. The company noted this special construction is exclusive to Feizy.

Bold designs in striking hues come to life in the Solis collection, which was developed by collaborating designer Tracy Porter's Poetic Wanderlust with Feizy Rugs' own designers. The result is eco-friendly and easy-care rugs that are machine woven of 100% recycled PET from plastic bottles.

Also for market, Feizy will show new design additions to its existing Saphir Rubus, Saphir Zam, Azeri, Bleecker and Brixton collections as well as to its own Feizy Fine collection.

To celebrate these and other new product launches, Feizy is hosting its “Arabian Nights” theme party on July 29 from 3-7 p.m. at its showroom, located in Suite C-399 in the World Market Center.

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