Balta debuts Curio Collection
BCST Staff -- Home Textiles Today, July 3, 2007
Dalton,Ga.-- Balta U.S. has assembled a collection of rugs that are intended to make viewers smile. Reminiscent of simpler times, the Curio Collection these rugs are inspired by vintage kitchen motifs and are aimed at today’s dining rooms and kitchens.
"Balta's intentions were to create a broad but cohesive collection that would in essence be timeless," said Balta vp of sales and marketing Dimitri Verhoye.
"Balta studied vintage hand towels, tablecloths, dresses, wallpaper, nostalgic icons for the home, and even cross stitch patterns," added Mark Ford, director of product development.
Made of 100% polypropylene, these rugs are tightly woven for under-table use, and can be cleaned with a damp cloth.
Because of the weave structure of the rugs; detailing can be achieved in hundreds of textures and dozens of shades derived from two primary colors. The 15 rugs in the collection are being offered in five sizes, from 21-inch-by-34-inch to 8-foot-by-11-foot. Rugs are available in basil green, pecan brown, deep apple, black licorice and honey.
Curio will be on view at the Atlanta International Rug Market in the Balta showroom 3-D7.
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