Oriental Weavers signs deal with Tommy Bahama

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Dalton—Tommy Bahama, the island-inspired lifestyle brand, has signed a new licensing agreement with Oriental Weavers to create multiple collections of indoor and outdoor area rugs. 
The new rug collections will debut Jan. 9 to Jan. 12 at the Atlanta Merchandise Mart. The agreement is effective immediately.

The collections will include rugs made of wool, jute and other fibers ranging in sizes 2 x 3- to 10 x 14-feet, and will be available to consumers through specialty flooring and furniture stores as well as select catalogs in spring 2014.

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