Tiny Textile Lights is Releasing Its Debut Collection of Designer Hand-Sewn Fabric Night Lights
Introducing a limited assortment of hand-sewn designer night lights - a chic and fashionable way to leave a light on. Three collections: Glam After Hours, Fairy Village and Emerald City.
MAHWAH, N.J., August 22, 2019 (Newswire.com) - Designer Sue Kennedy from Tiny Textile Lights is releasing three brand new collections of hand-sewn designer night lights: Glam After Hours, Fairy Village, and Emerald City. Each product was individually designed and created by the designer herself. The release date is Sept. 1, 2019.
The collection will be sold exclusively at tinytextilelights.etsy.com where the limited products are guaranteed to sell out by the end of the season.
Glam After Hours includes designs in five shapes using designer and vintage fabrics, pearls, beads, flowers and rhinestone trims. Each comes with a name, a stand and plenty of sparkle, feathers and rhinestones.
Fairy Village includes night lights that represent a love for fairies and fairy gardens. In this group, the designers are using sparkly tulle, sea rocks, natural elements like fur and feathers, and beautifully detailed fairy wings.
It’s the 80th-year celebration for "The Wizard of Oz" movie. Tiny Textile Lights designed and created Emerald City, a set of six of the most popular characters: Dorothy, Glinda, Tin Man, Scarecrow, The Lion, and the Wicked Witch. Each one is in keeping with the spirit of the character.
For more information about Glam After Hours, Fairy Village or Emerald City, or for an interview with Sue Kennedy, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org. Media high-res photos are available upon request.
ABOUT TINY TEXTILE LIGHTS
Sue Kennedy started focusing on designing night lights about a year ago as a way to bring her love of fashion and lighting together in night lights. Night lights are so important to have on in the house for many reasons, including setting a soft mood and personal safety. Light a path to the refrigerator so no one steps on the cat. These do this with style, glamour and a whole lot of fun.
Prior to these, Sue’s sewing background includes designing and creating custom wedding gowns and ensembles. She spent several years doing theatre costumes and then designed and created silk lampshades. Sue’s night lights are sure to create a whirl and gather notoriety in many areas.
Source: Tiny Textile Lights, LLC
Categories: Lamps and Lighting