Shay Geyer Collection to debut in Dallas

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DALLAS, TX – Shay Geyer, interior designer, trend setter, product designer and social media maven, will launch her permanent botanical collection for The Botanical Mix during Dallas Market, June 20-26, 2018. Geyer partnered with Shane Friesenhahn, owner of The Botanical Mix, to design and develop the collection of permanent botanicals. Geyer saw a need for the collection from her own clients requesting unique arrangements that looked so lifelike, that you have to touch them to see they are real.

“I’ve worked with Shane for a while creating custom arrangements for many of my client projects,” said Geyer. “Everyone always raves about them, so I approached him to collaborate on designs retailers could sell and be proud of. The first order we placed for our retail store, IBB Design Fine Furnishings, sold out before we even had a chance to put it out on the store floor.”

The Shay Geyer Collection for The Botanical Mix includes a range of permanent floral designs including orchids, succulents, hydrangeas, peonies and more. Arrangements include special design elements that you would see in high-end fresh florals, such as acrylic rods and geode accents like quartz, calcite, amethyst and malachite.

Retailers can view the collection starting on June 20 at The Botanical Mix (IHDC 1D110) at the Dallas Market. Retailers are also invited to celebrate the launch on Thursday, June 21st at 5 p.m. with wine and hors d’oeuvres. One lucky guest will win a floral arrangement valued at $450.

About The Shay Geyer Collection

The Shay Geyer Collection includes fabric, art, permanent botanicals, pillows and more. Her rugs are available through Nourison and art through Art & Frame Source. Beyond product development, Shay is an owner and designer at IBB Design Fine Furnishings. IBB Design is a 40,000-square-foot retail store in Frisco, Texas. For more information on Shay or IBB Design visit, and

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