Feizy Rugs’ introductions at the Las Vegas Market include additions to both the Feizy Fine and Feizy Home collections, including the African-inspired patterns of Mambasa collection in the Feizy Fine collection.
Mambasa is handknotted in pure bamboo silk and consists of clean, contemporary designs with a subtle shimmer.
“The Mambasa collection was created after seeing the popularity of organic geometrics,” said Cameron Feizy, senior vice president. “Bamboo silk woven in a Tibetan knot was used to give these simple, yet striking designs a rich, opulent texture. The color palette was kept in up-to-date neutrals, so they are not only timeless, but they can be used in almost any decor. It’s a modern, yet soft look because the patterns are not rigidly structured.”
In addition, one new colorway, black/white, has been added to the Tibetan-knotted Bamboo Lattice collection, also in the Feizy Fine group.
In the company’s Feizy Home collection, Mojave is one new line that plays on texture to create whimsical, on-trend pieces. It’s a flatweave dhurrie line that use a combination of thin, flexible cotton and thick, vibrantly colored wool.
“We put a new twist on the standard flatweave to create the Mojave collection,” said Feizy. “The combination of space dyed wool in exciting, fresh colors and natural cotton was used to construct two modern patterns, perfect for today’s more casual, yet stylish spaces. The large gauge wool used against the finer gauge cotton really creates a great deal of visual interest, making these pieces playful yet practical.”
Other additions include Daria, powerloomed of polypropylene, Luna; which has subtle color gradations in contemporary looks; and Arushi, handwoven of recycled art silk and backed in wool.
Located in Building C, C399, Feizy will hold a happy hour every night from 4-7 p.m. It will also announce the winners of its first design contest on Aug. 1. In addition, all Accessories Resource Team (ART) members will receive 10 percent off any order more than $1,000 if the ART card is presented at the time the order is written.