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Treasure Garden Adds To
Outdoor Rug Collection

Monday, June 29, 2020

For 2021, the Treasure Garden Outdoor Rug collection of high-quality exterior rugs will expand with the addition of four new designs. Produced in Belgium exclusively for Treasure Garden, these 100% UV stable polypropylene rugs are available in two popular sizes and backed by a one-year warranty against fading. Treasure Garden’s line of outdoor rugs will include 18 individual designer looks.

The latest additions to the collection range from textural weaves to colorful ombré patterning. Each of the rug quartet debuting this season are a part of Treasure Garden’s Gold Collection of on-trend designs. Constructed of multi-ply, cabled, heat-set yarns, these rugs offer a luxurious feel with superior durability.

“Our Treasure Garden retail partners look to us each season for complementary additions to our Outdoor Rug collection,” said Candy Chase, Treasure Garden’s National Sales manager. “Each of the rug designs in our collection easily coordinates with our shade products and allows retailers to offer coordinated accents for Outdoor Rooms.”

The first design, Moroccan - Textured Taupe features a linear design of multiple weaves. The Manhattan - Plush Gray is a dual level geometric design that easily coordinates with outdoor seating and dining furnishings, as well as shade products. Through a simplicity of design, the Sahara - Desert Sand offers a neutral field to complete any Outdoor Room. Blue in the outdoors continues to be trending. Reflections - Ocean Blue with its ombré style design in polypropylene yarns boasts shades ranging from a rich navy to a neutral white center, all inspired by reflections on cooling water.

The new introductions will be on display at the Casual Market Chicago, September 22-25 in the Merchandise Mart Showroom 1655.

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