CALHOUN, Ga. — Dec. 22, 2014 —Surya is set to debut an exclusive new bedding line during the upcoming winter markets. Featuring a range of distinctive looks, fabrics, colors and styles, the new collections include duvet sets with coordinating quilts, Euro shams and accent pillows to create distinctive top-of-bed looks for a variety of lifestyles and budgets.
Collections to be showcased include:

Bohemian Blues – “Eclectic” and “free spirited” describe this collection, constructed of cotton and cotton flax and featuring braided fabrics, dip dyed effects and Japanese-inspired panel prints in deep blues accented by raspberry. Silk quilts, a batik reversible quilt and coordinating pouf round out the collection.

Classica – Designed for the hospitality setting and crafted of 300-thread count cotton sateen, this elegant collection features a printed paisley design and is available in tonal grays, beiges and aquas. Completing the look are coordinating velvet throw pillows, quilt and bed runners.

Metallics – This sophisticated collection, constructed of undyed linen and linen cotton in earthy neutrals, includes metallic accents and luxurious details such as pleating, crocheted edges and hand-stitching. Also available are beaded and lace throw pillows and coordinating poufs.

Metropolis – Constructed of embroidered cotton sateen, this modern collection features bold, graphic patterns and a color palette of black, white and brights that can be easily mixed and matched to create a personalized look.

‘Versailles’ from Surya’s Rough Luxe bedding collection
‘Versailles’ from Surya’s Rough Luxe bedding collection

Rough Luxe – Crafted of linen and cotton linen, this relaxed collection in dusty pastels with washed look is accented by antiqued printed florals, satin appliqués and crocheted edges. A solid-hued ruched quilt, coordinating printed floral poufs and satin throw pillows add a feminine touch.

“We received such a positive response to the launch last year of our Florence Broadhurst bedding collections and knew that designers and retailers really appreciate being able to offer their customers coordinated looks for the bedroom,” said Lynne Meredith, vice president of product development, Surya. “With our latest bedding collections, we sought to provide distinctive, finely crafted looks that are both luxurious and affordable while also complementing a range of lifestyles.”

In addition to the bedding introductions, Surya will unveil more than 150 new lamps—including a selection of crystal and glass lamps—and over 100 decorative accents in a range of styles, shapes and colors. Also on display will be an expanded outdoor product line that includes new outdoor lighting, mirrors and ceramics categories along with rugs, pillows and poufs in high-performance materials, and new designer collections from DwellStudio, Bobby Berk Home and celebrity designer Candice Olson.

Market attendees are invited to explore the new collections at any of Surya’s showrooms, which will be open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Surya will serve a complimentary hot catered breakfast and lunch each day, along with hors d’oeuvres and cocktails each evening.

  • Atlanta – Jan. 6-13; AmericasMart 11-A-1; 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily
    Dallas – Jan. 14-20; WTC 560; 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily
    Las Vegas – Jan. 18-22; WMC C400; 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily

About Surya
Surya is the premier one-stop source for coordinating home accessories for a broad range of lifestyles and budgets. An expert at translating the latest apparel and interior design trends, Surya artfully combines color, pattern and texture to offer more than 30,000 fashion forward products, including rugs, pillows, throws, wall decor, accent furniture, lighting, decorative accents and bedding. The brand also provides innovative display, merchandising and training solutions to support retailers in successfully promoting and selling home accessories. Surya currently exhibits in Atlanta, Dallas, Chicago, High Point, Las Vegas, New Delhi and Toronto. To learn more, visit

View high res images of some of Surya’s new bedding collections.

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