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Marlys Giordano’s Trend Reports Give Salesmen the Language of Fashion

Marlys Giordano, Couristan's Creative Director, found a man's world in the manufacturing and wholesale end of the rug business. The transformative power of design...

Obeetee Hosted a Conversation Between FIT Students and Design Professionals

With a focus on Home product development and marketing,  and Stacy Garcia, Keita Turner, Heather Zaretsky, Reeta Gyamlani and Laura Hays talked one on...

Valentines On the Floor

Happy Valentine's Day: Red, Pink, Glitter and even hints of Ultra Violet, Pantone Color of the Year.  We send love to the floor by...

TEXTURE – Museum of Flax and River Lys.

TEXTURE is a museum devoted to the history, production and uses of flax. The flax industry was the most important economic activity in the...

Quick Take on NY NOW – Flat Woven equals High Design

New rug designers are using flat woven rugs as the medium of choice.  Previously,a hand tuffted rug was the medium of choice for entry...

Modern Abstracts in Rug design

Known as a movement in the arts that aims to break with classical and traditional forms, modernism has always been a big part of...

The Processes of How to Design & Create a Rug

Part 1. In this three-part series, Rug News and Design Magazine has paired with Textile Girl’s Creative Director Ashley Alford to explain exactly how...

ROMANCE OF INDIAN HAND WOVEN RUGS

Forty-three years ago, my recently acquired husband, Leslie Stroh the improbable and impressionable new President of Fritz & LaRue, returned from his first trip...

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