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Textillery continues to expand environmentally green designs
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Jun '08
In a day when everything on the consumer market is “going green,” Textillery Weaver's new line of hand-woven, luxury throws takes the phrase quite literally with their newest green color story.

Judith Rose, Textillery's head designer, anticipates that the green movement will not only be popular among the environmentally conscious, but will be a pleasant accent color for 2009.

Textillery's newest green introductions are set to debut during the summer 2008 gift and home markets in New York and Chicago.

In addition to delightful new green toned designs, Textillery also continues to expand their environmentally green designs with new additions to its popular Bamboo Collection of throws made from its soft, supple and sustainable bamboo yarns.

These new designs along with countless others will be on display July 17-23, 2008 during the Chicago Gift Show in the Diane Baker & Associates Showroom, no 13-417 at the Chicago Merchandise Mart and August 16-21, 2008 during the New York International Gift Fair in the Accent on Design - Booth no 4121 “Green is one of our favorite color stories,” says Rose.

“It represents tranquility, nature and growth. Not only does it make a peaceful accent for a harmonious home, green is constant reminder of our environmental responsibilities in society.”

These new designs leave little more to desire with the gamut of texture and style, from plaid to ribbed.

Among the new releases are:
- Style RMC APP-IVO

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