Nourison boosts branded lines with new offerings
January 11, 2013-- Home Textiles Today,
At the Atlanta Market - Nourison continues to ramp up its branded designer collections with several new design and construction additions this market.
To its latest addition, the year-ago released Barclay Butera Collection, comes the new Kaleidoscope grouping of 100% wool machine-made and carved rugs. Priced to retail for $799 for a 5-by-8, these pieces come in ikat, animal print, Greek key, and other styles - largely in the designer's signature blue-and-white palette, but also in other traditional color schemes like reds.
The long-standing Joseph Abboud line expands with the new Mulholland and Griffith collections. Mulholland rugs feature soft-modern textured and tonal looks; Griffith rugs are made of New Zealand wool and feature update interpretations of menswear-type patterns like hounds tooth.
And Waverly, also added to the company's portfolio ove rthe past year, now includes several new area rug designs in florals and other traditional looks true to the brand for $129.
To its house line, Nourison adds the Amore shag, a Turkish polypropylene power-loomed collection in jewl-like solid colors.
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