Victor to intro new theme s at Toronto Fabric Fair
January 27, 2010,
Saint Georges, Quebec — Fabric supplier Victor Group will show new offerings from its brands Atelier, World Home, Terrazzo, and eco-friendly eHome products at next month's Toronto Fabric Fair.
Victor will introduce designs in four color themes in all collections. Glimpse of Infinity will include a variety of deep Mediterranean colors in combinations of aqua, purple and teal. Radiant Sultry Sizzle will offer a range of designs in different shades and depths of orange. Moments in Pause will feature soft lilacs and other whisper colors, while the Chartreuse Charcoal theme combine yellow greens and grays.
Craftex by Victor will offer six new trend stories. Tribe will feature skins, rugs and ikat designs. Village includes handcrafted and novelty fabrics and Nuance will feature nature-inspired themes. Other themes include Loft, a modern, transitional look; Chateau, a more traditional Craftex approach; and Uptown Traditional, epitomizing casual living.
In addition, the second installment of the eHome Educational Series and several new eHome environmentally friendly fabrics, created with 100% recycled content, also will be available.
"The Canadian market continues to offer great potential for Victor's residential products, so we are thrilled to be participating in the Toronto Fabric Fair again this year," said Paul Bennotti, director of marketing for the Victor Group. "I think visitors will be pleasantly surprised by the diversity they will find in the Victor display this year. Traditional, transitional and contemporary will all be featured across a wide range of designs and price points."
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