Feizy will unveil a broad array of new collections and promotions at High Point Spring Market April 22-26 in N.C.
“We’ve worked hard to make the Feizy showroom a destination for designers at High Point, and this spring is no exception,” said Cameron Feizy, principal. “The collections we’re introducing this market are project-inspired, developed to give our designer partners an array of designs that deliver textural interest and on-trend patterns.”
The eco-friendly designs of the Bermuda Collection includes a hand-woven patchwork of 100% jute pile. With a slight sheen, the geometric patterns on each rug are expressed using versatile grey and beige palettes mixed with rich tones of blue, red, and brown.
From traditional, floral-inspired designs to contemporary, modern patterns, the Emerson collection features 16 colors with rich earth tones and saturated accent colors. These designs are not only crafted for style, but with durability for high traffic and resistance to stains and water.
Inspired by the artistry of antique rugs found in European palaces in the 17th and 18th centuries, the Hammond collection displays intricate patterns and palettes of cream and taupe with space-dyed color. Cross-woven polyester yarns further highlight the ultra-fine and soft feel of these rugs.
The vibrant and spirited designs of the Imalla Collection are balanced with the rich natural tones and pops of vivacious color to emphasize the ornamental patterns of each design. Hand-tufting with 100% space-dyed wool yields a unique color effect.
The Saphir Mira Collection has a variety of design options, crafted with chenille, using on-trend colorways like pure white, blush, and a deep lagoon teal accompanied with a clean, pure white viscose pile. These power-loomed designs have a crisp, high-low effect.
Designed with a delicate palette and subtle sheen, the Waldor Collection uses versatile colorways featuring taupe, birch, grey, and sterling. Power loomed with a polypropylene blend, the Waldor Collection has a luxurious sheen and feel without excessive maintenance.
For more information, visit www.feizy.com.