Issue Date: 2019 SEPTEMBER, Posted On: 9/10/2019

09102019 Loloi Launches New Wall Art Category on Website

Loloi grows its textile-driven wall art collection with new items to be introduced at High Point Market, and the addition of the category to its website. Embroidered textile shown

DALLAS -- Loloi announces it has formally launched its new Wall Art category and is adding the new product category to its website.

With over 100 programmed pieces and a large selection of one-of-a-kind pieces, trade professionals can now browse and purchase the category on Loloi's website.
New addition to the Loloi wall art collection complement home decor trends.
Staying true to Loloi's core competency, the art is textile-driven, and will offer an original approach to this established category. The wall art pieces are assembled and framed at Loloi's Dallas headquarters by a specialized team of framers, and feature a variety of construction techniques including stitched fabrics, embroidery, fabrics on pins, woven yarns, textile collages, felted wool, woven mud cloths and more.  
Wall art sizes will range from 7" x 12" to 54" x 44", and will come in a variety of frame types, including wood frames and shadow box acrylic. Additionally, the one-of-a-kind pieces will range in sizes as well. 
On point colors and textures add fashion interest to Loloi wall art.
"Our goal has always been to bring an innovative approach to the textile category, and our new Wall Art collection is no different," said Cyrus Loloi, principal. "From our first preview of this collection in the spring, our customers have been anxiously waiting to get access to the collection, and we are excited to bring our full line forward through a dedicated and informative page on our website."
The new textile line took over nine months to develop, and is produced in house, all assembled at the company's Dallas headquarters. New programmed and one-of-a-kind pieces will debut during the Fall High Point Market in Loloi's showroom, IHFC D320.
Loloi create a line art look with textiles and yarn.

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