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Treasure Garden’s Redesigned Protective Furniture Cover Collection

Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Treasure Garden, designers and manufacturers of luxury shade and accessories, announces the introduction of its redesigned Protective Furniture Covers Collection during the Las Vegas Winter Market, held January 26 – 30, 2020 at the World Market Center. The collection underwent style, size, and category changes, as well as a redesign of the consumer packaging.  

“After extensive research, this redesign is to better accommodate contemporary boxed furniture profiles as well as continuing to work beautifully on traditional furniture silhouettes and accessories,” said Benjamin Ma, vice president. “We are also proud of the packaging redesign that was coordinated by our designers for greater merchandising potential within our retail partner locations.”   

Exclusively made of RhinoWeave, this protective furniture cover collection by Treasure Garden includes 46 modified styles within six reorganized categories. Changing patterns and sizes to adequately protect the vast majority of casual furnishings available was a much needed evolution. All covers continue to be durable, breathable, and water resistant, and include elastic with a spring cinch lock and storage pouch.

All Treasure Garden products will be on display in the Las Vegas showroom at C-1215 from January 26 – 30, 2020.

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