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11/5/11

Introducing Happy Habitat

I'm thrilled to introduce you to Happy Habitat, the new eco line that we now carry over at zhush! Happy Habitat's throws are soft, thick recycled cotton blankets perfectly sized for throwing over a chair or couch or for taking an afternoon snooze. Not too thin, not too heavy with beautiful graphic patterns that will add instant style to any space. These throws are made from recycled cotton in the form of pre-consumer clippings, meaning the extra pieces in cotton manufacturing get a new life instead of going to a landfill.  These fabulous eco throws come in 4 pattern and 4 colors: there's the Fretwork Throw which is inspired by Moroccan tiles, and the Tribal Throw which is a simplified version of an ancient Arabic pattern, there's the Zigzag or Chevron Throw-- which is bold and graphic, and last is the Lattice Throw which is a square chain pattern.  Be sure to check out all the beautiful colors and patterns at zhush.com, they make a really great gift!

Great big thanks to these awesome bloggers for the fabulous shout outs and mentions this week!




10 comments:

  1. These are darling! Perfect for my daughter's apartment....Christmas gift!

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  2. love these. i might just need one for our nursery!

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  3. Terrific graphic designs on the throws! Enjoy your weekend Sue!

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  4. Really beautiful throws! Great new addition for your shop.

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  5. Looks like a great new line!! Love that manufacturers are finding clever new ways to use the "leftovers"!

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  6. love this line, is the orange a true orange or an orange red?

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  7. I'm thinking my daughter needs one of these...you have the greatest eye!

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  8. That chevron blanket is totally calling my name!! Adorable!

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  9. These are beautiful and appreciate how they are made! Janell

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