Author Archive: Sarah Stroh

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High Point Market, 5 days in 15 seconds

| October 29, 2014 | 1 Comment

High Point Market, 5 days in 15 seconds, of Rug News andDesigns instagram moments. For a more complete look at High Point’s rug offering visit www.walkingthemarket.com. We have been writing, researching and informing readers for over 35 years. #hpmkt #rugs #rugnewsanddesign #design #homeaccessory #rugareart #flipagram ♫ Music: Shawn Lee’s Ping Pong Orchestra – Music and […]

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Video: Women’s Rug Round Table High Point Breakfast Sponsored by Momeni Rugs, IHFC G-369, Monday, October 20, 2014 at 8am

| October 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

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SURYA with Two New Rugs at New York Home Fashion Week

| September 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

SURYA has at least two new rugs at New York Home Fashion Week– they were busy and squeezed me in. MOLINO, 80% Jute 20% cotton, hand crafted, 3 colors: Beige, Ivory, Lime, made in India COLTON, 100% wool, hand woven, made in India, six colors, this picture does not do justice to the color blue […]

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GA Gertmenian Every Kid’s Dream

| September 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

GA Gertmenian at New York Home Fashions week has every favorite kids show on rugs — Frozen, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Spider-Man, Paw Patrol, Sophia the First. They also carry a good selection of educational rugs. Third Generation of Rug News andDesign loved their product—it was almost hard to get him to leave. Three-year-old approved.

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ORIAN RUGS with Two New Collections at New York Home Fashion Week

| September 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

ORIAN Rugs has two new collections. SOFT TOUCH COLLECTION, 24 designs, updated colors, 100% polypropylene, “complements today’s popular decorating style”, “softest polypropylene in the industry.” TWILIGHT COLLECTION, 30 designs, “contemporary take on the 1.5 million part construction,” machine woven, polypropylene. MANUFACTURED 100% in the USA.

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Rizzy Home launches 3 New Collections at New York Home Fashion Week

| September 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

The first collection set represents good, better, best construction, allowing for a variety price point– CARRINGTON, MILLINGTON, and BRADFORD. The Carrington, Double Point BCF The Millington, Double Point BCF The Second Collection Launch is The ELLINGTON COLLECTION, jute and wool, handwoven, natural materials. 7 patterns. The Third Collection launch is the CABOT BAY, coastal collection, […]

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Feizy showing off both rugs and bedding at New York Home Fashion Week

| September 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Feizy’s selection of rugs/mats are of a wide variety. These rugs/mats coordinate or complement their rug selection. Above is a rug, below is a mat. The circular rug, I was drawn to because of its color and construction. Not typically seen at other markets is Feizy’s bedding selection. The quality and style is on par […]

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Dynamic Rugs with New Designs and a New Collection at New York Home Fashion Week

| September 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Dynamic Rugs new product: In the Treasure Two Collection, a new design 100% Viscose In the Genova Collection, a new design, Chenille and Viscose NEW COLLECTION, UTOPIA, 100% Viscose, Vintage loop These three rugs have been getting a good reception at market. Dynamic Rugs sees the vintage look becoming more and more popular.

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Mohawk Home Green Story at New York Home Fashion Week

| September 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Mohawk Home has been working on presenting their green story through easy to tell vignettes. The vignettes tell the story of being green, commerce and social media. They are working with their retailers to be more than a manufacturer but to be a partner in success. They have one of the largest bottle recycling plants […]

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Balta USA has New Design at New York Home Fashion

| September 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Balta USA new design in the Elegant Cozy line has been a great hit at market. It comes in the standard sizes, colors of Blue, Grey, Browns. Balta Rugs has been seeing a lot of excitement around their tribal, global look—still seeing a huge draw to geometric patterns.

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