Winter 2011 Rug Preview

Nourison


Nourison's Lake rug is hand tufted in the company's heaviest dense wool pile. Made in India, its construction is 75% New Zealand wool and 25% viscose. Designs are transitional and abstract.

cmi is launching seven new collections, including Olivera. These pieces employ Thimbleberries fabric colors and durable alternating braid construction. Made of 70% polyester and 30% cotton, Olivera reversible rugs come in dusty shale, soft black, vintage blue, light parsley, cranberry blend, and warm chestnut.

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Company C



Company C's new Mayfield rug, seen here in the cream colorway, is part of the Summer Brights collection of painterly floral hooked rugs made of 100% wool.


828 International Trading Co. is introducing the Ellington collection of traditional and transitional styles. Made in India, these 60-count wool-and-silk rugs are hand-tufted and acid washed and feature some hand-carved details.

828 International Trading Co.
Shaw Living


Shaw Living's designer collection with Angela Adams grows this market with the addition of Modern Comfort, a grouping of machine-woven U.S.A.-made rugs constructed of the company's "EverTouch" nylon fiber.

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