Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) April 15, 2015 -- On April 19, from 11:30 a.m. - 3 p.m., Peacock Alley Founder Mary Ella Gabler will make an appearance and conduct a Meet and Greet for High Point buyers and designers and sign her book, Uncommon Thread. The event will take place in the J Douglas Showroom.
Gabler's book, Uncommon Thread, is a deeply personal narrative of her sacrifices and successes in building the Peacock Alley brand. Gabler will be on hand as Peacock Alley brings its Spring 2015 “Welcome Home” Collection to the High Point Spring Market.
“Throughout life’s twists and turns, I’ve held close the blessings of family and friend, good work and life’s unexpected moments of joy. The common thread between them - what makes me feel happy, secure, warm and home, no matter where I am in this world - is something simple,” Gabler said. “Beautiful textiles sewn with love and care equal pure luxurious, homespun comfort.”
Inspired by a charmed farmhouse in Texas which has been in the Peacock Alley family for generations, the company presents its Spring 2015 Collection “Welcome Home." The collection combines an easy does it attitude in relaxed and refined shades, subdued stripes and subtle exotic patterns. Whether spending a morning on the lawn or an afternoon in the field, these spring favorites set the stage for plenty of special moments. Making memories together is actually whats keeps family and friends together.
Visit Peacock Alley in the J Douglas Showroom, IHFC D.319 & D.322. Personal appointments can be scheduled with kkearns(at)peacockalley(dot)com.
ABOUT PEACOCK ALLEY
Peacock Alley, family owned and operated for more than 40 years, designs and manufactures bed and bath linens that combine a subtle touch of indulgence with trendsetting styles, always mindful of comfort and versatility. To learn more about Peacock Alley, please visit peacockalley.com, follow our news on Twitter @peacockalleyusa or like us on Facebook at Facebook.com/PeacockAlley
Katherine McCarthy, Peacock Alley, http://www.peacockalley.com, +1 2146419727, [email protected]