WONZ partners to unveil new collections at Hospitality Design Boutique Expo
August 4, 2009,
Atlanta -- Wools of New Zealand brand partners CH Designs and Woolshire are unveiling new collections of rugs under the brand to the hospitality industry during the Hospitality Design Boutique Exposition & Conference in mid September in Miami Beach, Fla.
CH Designs, Inc., in Booth 739, will showcase its Collection One, which comprises 20 large-scale patterns of florals, delicate lace tracery and linked butterflies, all of them available in 35 colorways. Hand-tufted in 88-ounce, 100% New Zealand wool under the WONZ brand, each rug comes with a certificate of authenticity and a serial number. Sizes include six-foot rounds, nine-foot rounds, 6-by-9, 8-by-10, 9-by-12, 10-by-14 and 12-by-15 as well as custom sizes.
The company is also showing its new WONZ-branded Coral Collection, which features underwater-inspired pattern in five colorways. These are made of 100% New Zealand wool and in an 80% New Zealand wool and 20% silk blend.
Woolshire Carpet Mills, in Booth 842, is participating in the expo for the first time. The company is introducing a line of tufted wool carpets and rugs. Woolshire has gathered a selection of its white-toned styles and will present them as Floridian Whites. It will also feature a group of basket-weave rugs tufted in 100% New Zealand wool. These rugs are hand fabricated and hand carved.
Other WONZ soft floor covering partners – Nourison, Luzern and Stanton – will also be showing new products under the brand, but in the carpet and broadloom category.
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