What's New, What's Hot in the C4C Winter Collection?

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One New Design “Winter Flake” is proving an especially popular design by Laura Megroz for Chandler 4 Corners Winter Collection.

Who knew that throw pillows sales were weather-related?!

A striking snowflake that is white on a green background and sporting a dramatic red accent, is a lead design in the new Chandler 4 Corners hooked wool Winter Collection. Called “Winter Flake,” it is a motif used across the company’s offerings, appearing on pillows, rugs and topping Amish-made benches and stools. In all, the home accent company has added 143 new hooked wool designs in 2014. Many of them are part of the Winter Collection.

The hooked designs by Laura Megroz that adorn the 18” throw pillows include winter dogs, cozy winter cabins, snowy winter trees, and many wonderful skiers. There are also new horizon pillows including one that says “Gone Skiing” and several with labs trotting through falling snow. All of them are heartwarming. And selling briskly according to Sales Manager Carolyn Kelly who said, "Our wool pillows, rugs and furniture are perfect in cold, snowy winters like this one! If ski chalets and condos are getting used, our Winter Collection is probably selling well. Who knew that throw pillows sales were weather-related?!"

For the softest, most elegant winter pillows, investigate The Chalet Collection where designer Poppy Gall interpreted vintage Nordic designs and brought them back to life on knitted 18” square pillows and on lush, oversized 18 x 27” pillows. A number of the pillows are embellished with top stitching, and all have feather-down inserts and a signature pewter button.

Chandler 4 Corners has been offering pillows, rugs and household accents since 1995. Based in Manchester Center, VT the company sells to retail shops, leading catalogs, and individuals across the country.

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