Rug manufacturer, Feizy Rugs announced four new collections will debut at its Las Vegas showroom. Thoughtfully designed, the new collections include Indio, Dafney, Ellyse, and Harmon. Feizy will also be adding four elegant pieces to its existing Gia Collection. Each collection showcases an array of intricate patterns, stunning colorations, and effortlessly brings a burst of personality to home interiors and workspaces alike.
“After debuting 50 collections and 210 designs in 2021, I am proud of the work our product development team has done to hit it out of the park again with our January market introductions. We have embraced our new go to market strategy of debuting new collections when they are in-stock or on the water to ensure our clients can get these items into their designs and stores as quickly as possible. This continued approach allows us to consistently be an industry leader of in-stock product.” said Justin Yeck – Vice President of Sales, Marketing, Development & Design
Bound into a beautiful blue world with the Indio collection. Each shimmering piece displays a mirage of movement with cool-toned, contemporary designs. A natural conversation piece, these rugs have striking abstract patterns that include geometric lines and marble-inspired motifs. The Indio Collection is machine-made in Turkey and woven with high-grade shrink polyester and polypropylene fibers.
Escape to a garden of serenity with the arboretum inspired Dafney Collection. Each flirtatious piece features breathtaking floral patterns drenched in a beautiful mosaic of blues, pinks, greens, and sandy browns. Striking in appearance, each rug is a presentation of watercolor-inspired botanical designs. This fanciful collection was tufted of wool and viscose in India.
Contemporary style meets rustic elegance with the Ellyse Collection. Stunningly speckled patterns dance atop an ultra-soft brown and black cowhide for a luxuriously down-home feel. Each versatile piece is constructed of 100% genuine Argentine cowhide and can be draped across furniture, hung for display, or serve as a striking accent rug.
Break away from traditional oriental motifs with the Harmon Collection. Each piece features a fascinatingly complex style with intricate ornamental designs. Meticulously hand-knotted of wool, its beautiful patterns feel entirely unique. Far from traditional, Harmon’s ornate look elevates any space in need of a bold statement.
Feizy is adding four new pieces to its dramatic and moody Gia Collection. Featuring vivid hues of sophisticated gray and brooding navy, each piece is exquisitely accented with exotic notes of aubergine and citrine for a sublimely opulent look. Elegant watercolor-inspired motifs add flow amongst grounded hues while the luminous viscose and wool pile casts a subtle sheen. This captivating collection is sure to enchant in contemporary modern and eclectic spaces.
For more than 48 years, Feizy’s refined clientele has come to expect distinctive style, a high-quality construction, and beautiful colorations in each fine rug. With these six debut collections and piece additions to its Gia Collection, Feizy continues to meet and exceed expectations.
About Feizy Rugs
Feizy Rugs is one of the country’s largest manufacturers of fine hand-knotted, hand-tufted and power-loomed rugs, providing luxury at any price. Embracing a family tradition of four generations, Feizy Rugs brings beauty to interior designs by building on the exceptional quality standards established in 1973 by company founder and CEO John Feizy. Feizy Rugs is a five-time ARTS Award winner and the first rug manufacturer to have been inducted into the Accessories Resource Team’s ARTS Awards Hall of Fame.
Feizy Rugs is headquartered in Dallas, TX with the following to-the-trade showrooms: Dallas World Trade Center, Suite 102; High Point Market Square, Suite 145; Las Vegas Market, Building C, Suite 180; For more information, visit www.feizy.com or follow news on Instagram/Facebook.
Furniture Industry News and in depth magazine articles for the furniture retail, furniture manufacturers, and furniture distributors.
Read other articles by Nicholas Ledoux