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Cricket Radio to display sustainable linens at NYIGF
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Jan '13
Beginning Sunday, January 27, Cricket Radio will exhibit four new lines of luxury linen home products at the twice-annual New York International Gift Fair (NYIGF). Cricket Radio is a Vermont-based company specializing in hand-printed, sustainable linens featuring globally inspired designs. Launched in the summer of 2012, Cricket Radio brings an ethnic-modern sensibility to the home with a refreshing mix of the traditional and primitive, in both classic and unexpected color combinations.
 
This is Cricket Radio’s first year exhibiting at NYIGF, and the company will introduce new designs and products while showcasing its fine linens for kitchen, tabletop, and home. Cricket Radio will display its luxury linen table settings, hand towels, table runners and throw pillows in booth #7986 of the Textiles section located in the “At Home” division.
 
Product lines on display from Cricket Radio during NYIGF include: 
Indochine – Cricket Radio’s original line, inspired by the designer’s collection of antique batik fabric from her travels in Southeast Asia.
Montauk – Unexpected maritime graphics on bold nautical colors, featuring the diving helmet, compass rose and a chain “stripe.”
Lanai – Marine flora and fauna drawn by a local Vermont artist gracing neutral and pastel linens.
Alexandria – A line celebrating the awe-inspiring art of ancient Egypt, with a delightful mix of patterns and animals.
 
New products including linen aprons and linen quilted blankets will also be introduced during NYIGF at the Cricket Radio booth (#7986).
 
Drawing attendees from over 80 countries, the NYIGF exhibits top of the line companies in home, lifestyle, and gifting. NYIGF will be open to the public from January 26 to January 30 at the Javits Convention Center in New York City. 
 
About Cricket Radio 
Cricket Radio creates contemporary, conversation-worthy designs that are individually silk-screened onto organic, sustainable European linen and sewn in Vermont. Cricket Radio’s linen home goods are printed with eco-friendly, water-based inks. Pre-washed, they reach the market soft from the first touch and won’t shrink after purchase.
 

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