And the TiA Winners Are…

Home Textiles Today is pleased to announce the winners of the fifth Textiles Industry Awards competition – our semi-annual salute to your chosen design leaders who exhibited their products at the recent New York home textiles market.

Members of the industry cast hundreds of votes for their most innovative and trend-right favorites, during our online voting period through April 4, to determine these TiA winners. (An online slideshow of the winners will appear here on Tuesday, April 10.)


Most Innovative New Product

Louisville Bedding Co.FireDefender Sleep System provides protection exceeding the new federal flammability standards for mattress sets — using materials that are naturally flame-retardant without harsh chemical additives, and reinforced with flame-retardant threads at all critical seams.


Best Organic/Eco-Friendly New Product

Sleep Studio
ViscO2 breathable memory foam has removed chemicals that impact the environment, eliminated chlorinated fire retardants while still passing fire codes, and reduced foam odor — all made in the USA .


Best Lux Look Product

Preston/Chadwick ensemble

Best Modern Living Design

American Pacific
Stanhope ensemble

Best Casual Living Design:

Arrow Home Fashions
Natural Harmonies

Best Traditional Design

Matelasse Green ensemble

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