Shaw to Debut Museum of New Mexico Rug Line
October 13, 2008-- Home Textiles Today,
Shaw Living is among a roster of home furnishings companies that will offer new products under the Museum of New Mexico license at the upcoming High Point market later this month.
To the Museum of New Mexico Collection, Shaw is adding a broad collection of area rugs that complement furniture and other decorative home accessories produced by several other licensees — including T.S. Berry, King Hickory, Berry Creek and Quoizel.
The overall assortment was designed using the Museum archives. Of its new home collection's style, the Museum said it "focuses on five historical figures who pioneered and prospered; acquired and explored; trapped and traded," and "the result is a respectful representation of America's true diversity — Spanish, Italian, Asian, Rustic Frontier and Americana — and the resiliency of these settlers' style sensibility."
At High Point, Shaw Living's new Museum of New Mexico area rug collection will be available at the showroom of the museum's furniture licensee, T.S. Berry, in space D-1105 of the IHFC.
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