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High Point, Show Recap

Feizy’s Designer Events & Rug Debuts Draw Crowds of Shoppers

Best-selling rug introductions got lots of extra exposure as designers and retailers filled Feizy’s High Point showroom for star-studded events and panel discussions.

RugNews.com Editors
Feizy's Oushak inspired Karina rug collection in display
Feizy's hand-knotted Karina collection was a hit with market buyers for its bright colorations, especially in green, and 
Oushak motifs.

HIGH POINT, N.C. -- The Feizy showroom was buzzing with events important to interior designers who filled up the dedicated theater/presentation area to hear from celebs and experts on building their businesses.

Among the big-draw events in the Feizy showroom was The Celebrity Factor hosted by, from left, Thom Filicia, Jennifer Farrell, T
amara Day and 
Dann Foley.

Browsing the space, market shoppers found a range of new designs to fit their project budgets from high- end Feizy Fine collection rugs to exceptionally detailed machine-mades. Lor, a Feizy Fine range hand knotted of wool and silk, has been a hit with lots of positive feedback, so 10 new designs were unveiled in High Point. Gia, another Fine collection uses the Nepalese knot technique, and is crafted of Gazni and New Zealand wool. Three new designs were added for spring, featuring the magentas and golds the company finds very popular with customers right now.

A Feizy Fine collection favorite, Gia, sees a spring line extension and was a hit for its accents of magenta or gold.

Elias and Karina are also best-selling collections that were refreshed with new designs and colorways this season. Elias is hand knotted wool and viscose, and Karina is hand knotted 100 percent wool. Karina’s updated Oushak style illustrates how Feizy is bringing brighter colors to meet demand, however a green colorway showed the strength green continues to enjoy is in all shades.

Feizy's Deja collection was a top-choice for its textural, nuanced approach to solid color rugs.

Deja, a machine-made line woven from polypropylene, polyester and viscose showcases Feizy’s machine weaving expertise create a fresh new approach to solids. The line resonated because of its depth of color and ombre look. Kasbah was a winner in traditional rusts and yellows. The line is hand-knotted in 100 percent wool and uses “eyelash” fibers to give a more textured look. Finally, the Melrose collection, machine made of polypropylene, polyester and viscose got a thumbs up for its Oushak style based off of a previous top-selling high-end collection called Killian.

Feizy's Melrose collection got a thumbs up for its Oushak style based off of a previous top-selling high-end collection called Killian.
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