Feizy kicks off summer with brightly colored offerings
June 10, 2014-- Furniture Today,
Bold colors abound in the indoor/outdoor Solis Collection rugs, part of Feizy’s partnership with Tracy Porter.
The new introductions run the gamut of construction and price point to offer buyers rugs to fill every niche.
Bold designs in striking hues come to life in the Solis Collection. A collaboration between Tracy Porter's Poetic Wanderlust and Feizy Rugs' designers, each Solis Collection design is eco-friendly and easy care. The rugs are machine-woven of 100% recycled PET from bottles and appropriate for indoor or outdoor use.
The Soma Collection offers a combination of faint, monochromatic color gradations and hand- carved patterns.
The Abbey and Fiona collections are the newest additions to the Feizy Home Collection’s power- loomed groupings. Constructed of viscose, these plush designs feature a sheen and on-trend palettes to enhance the transitional patterns. Brixton, Bleecker and Thatcher are also power- loomed additions making their Dallas debuts.
Additions to the Feizy Fine Collection are also being made. The Khitan Collection’s tribal-inspired designs and hand carving play against the sheen of bamboo viscose.
The Finley Collection combines the look of bamboo viscose with varied shades of hand-spun wool to create distressed designs. Transitional and contemporary in style, the velvety pile of each rug is punctuated by simple, hand-knotted Tibetan designs in a palette of on-trend colors.
One new design has been added to the Ouray Collection. The collection translates traditional designs into today’s colors using hand-spun silk. Very finely woven, the pale palettes and shorn piles of these pure silk rugs emit a luminous glow. The intricate designs vanish and reappear as the light plays against the direction of the silk.
A new design also has been added to the Tesoro I Collection. This classic damask pattern has been updated in a palette of jade and charcoal, and hand-knotted in a bamboo viscose pile.
Feizy will entertain Dallas market attendees in its showroom, located in Suite 102, with a nightly Happy Hour from 4-7 p.m., and will offer customers incentives for qualifying orders placed during market. A percentage of all market orders will be donated to the Global Fund for Children.
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