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Textiles | hfnew | product roundup | Oct 2010

Back-to-college has emerged as a strong trend in home textiles, and the company introduced two window treatments at the market, both geared toward the college crowd: Guitars (pictured here) and Camo. lichtenberg.com

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  • A major trend in window treatments is the use of fabrics that can go either indoors or outdoors. The company is addressing this with ParaSol, a collection of indoor/outdoor window panels and cushions. elleryhomestyles.com
    A major trend in window treatments is the use of fabrics that can go either indoors or outdoors. The company is addressing this with ParaSol, a collection of indoor/outdoor window panels and cushions. elleryhomestyles.com
  • The Animal Park curtain panel is part of the company’s launch of firefend, a collection of flame-retardant window treatments that Louis Hornick III, chief operating officer, describes as “the ultimate window treatment.” firefendcurtains.com
    The Animal Park curtain panel is part of the company’s launch of firefend, a collection of flame-retardant window treatments that Louis Hornick III, chief operating officer, describes as “the ultimate window treatment.” firefendcurtains.com
  • The company takes a step forward in window treatments. Pictured here is Holden, a window panel available in aqua (seen here), ivory, taupe and chocolate colorways. The overall look is updated by a back-tab silhouette. chfindustries.com
    The company takes a step forward in window treatments. Pictured here is Holden, a window panel available in aqua (seen here), ivory, taupe and chocolate colorways. The overall look is updated by a back-tab silhouette. chfindustries.com
  • Back-to-college has emerged as a strong trend in home textiles, and the company introduced two window treatments at the market, both geared toward the college crowd: Guitars (pictured here) and Camo. lichtenberg.com
    Back-to-college has emerged as a strong trend in home textiles, and the company introduced two window treatments at the market, both geared toward the college crowd: Guitars (pictured here) and Camo. lichtenberg.com