Dallas, TX—June 7, 2012—Feizy Rugs is set to start the summer with sizzling new introductions and irresistible market incentives at this June’s Dallas Total Home & Gift Market. The company will be showcasing Feizy Trends, a limited offering of the most stylish and sought-after designs of today, in their World Trade Center showroom. Because the pieces are geared toward today’s trends, there is a limited inventory.
The Feizy Trends grouping evolves constantly as styles change and is offered only at the Dallas, Las Vegas and High Point markets. First unveiled in April at High Point, the offering has been a huge success and new pieces have already been brought in to replenish the Trends offering.
The selection will span the spectrum of styles and color palettes. In addition to Feizy Trends, several collections and designs will be making their Dallas debuts.
The Mambasa Collection is a new addition to the Feizy Fine Rug Collection. Hand knotted in India in pure bamboo silk, these simple patterns are African-inspired. Clean, contemporary designs possess a subtle shimmer and a soft hand, lending light and elegance to modern and transitional settings.
One new colorway, silver/gray, has been added to the popular Bamboo Lattice Collection, in which stalks of bamboo are interlaced to form a screen pattern. The rugs are Tibetan hand knotted in India in premium New Zealand wool and art silk. The plush hand characteristic of Tibetan knotted pieces is enhanced with a special wash to create an even softer pile.
The relaxed styling of the Mojave Collection plays on texture to create playful, on-trend pieces. These flat-weave dhurries, hand woven in India, use a combination of thin and flexible cotton and thick, vibrantly-colored wool to create patterns that are visually interesting and lend themselves to a myriad of informal settings.
The Arushi Collection offers effortless style and casual comfort. Hand woven in India of recycled sari (Kela) silk and backed in wool, these pieces are both functional and festive. Available in vibrant colorways and basic neutrals, this collection lends itself to a wide range of decorating possibilities.
Subtle shades of color play elegantly against each other in the Luna Collection, a medley of hand tufted, tone-inspired contemporary pieces. Subtle color gradations recreate the moon’s effect, giving each seemingly simple rug a life of it’s own. The rugs are. This 100% wool grouping, hand loomed in India, comes in seven colorways.
The company will also be offering customers some valuable market incentives for orders written during the show and ART Cardholders will receive discounts on qualifying orders. For more details, visit with a Feizy Rugs representative or call 800.779.0877 x281.
Stop by Feizy’s showroom, located in Suite 102 of the Dallas World Trade Center for a tour of the new introductions June 20th through June 26th. The company will host a Mexican-themed cocktail party featuring frozen margaritas Friday and Saturday from 5pm to 7 pm. Happy Hour will be held nightly on all other market dates from 4 pm- 7 pm.
Feizy Rugs is one of the country’s largest manufacturers of fine hand knotted, hand tufted and power loomed rugs. John Feizy founded the company in 1973 following a family tradition of four generations and has been successfully bringing beauty to room designs with traditional hand knotted Persian and Oriental area rugs for almost 40 years. A five-time ARTS Award winner, Feizy Rugs® is the first and only Oriental rug manufacturer to have been inducted into the Accessories Resource Team’s ARTS Awards Hall of Fame.
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Feizy Rugs ® is one of the country’s largest manufacturers of fine hand knotted, hand tufted and power loomed rugs. John Feizy founded the company in 1973 following a family tradition of four generations and has been successfully bringing beauty to room designs with traditional hand knotted Persian and Oriental area rugs for 40 years. A five-time ARTS Award winner, Feizy Rugs® is the first and only Oriental rug manufacturer to have been inducted into the Accessories Resource Team’s ARTS Awards Hall of Fame.