Sphinx Preps for Atlanta Market
January 8, 2007-- Home Textiles Today,
Sphinx by Oriental Weavers is introducing six new machine-made collections at the Atlanta International Area Rug market in January. The company is also adding new designs to its Tones and Evolution collections.
The machine-made collections launching are:
Luxor, a group of heat-set polypropylene rugs featuring up to 55 colors through the use of Sphinx's special cross-woven technology;
Samarkand, a heat-set polypropylene assortment of sophisticated transitional and soft contemporary looks made in a dense, 500-reed construction;
Channing, a collection that employs recent machine-woven technology to its heat-set polypropylene and acrylic combination, cut-and-loop pile construction;
Pembroke, a wool and faux silk group made in geometric, botanical and free-flowing patterns;
Zen, a collection of side-woven heat-set polypropylene rugs in open-field traditional and relaxed transitional designs with 40 colors;
Haven, an assortment of machine-woven heat-set polypropylene rugs designed in tropical, transitional and contemporary patterns.
Sphinx is also expanding its machine-woven and hand-carved polypropylene Tones collection with eight new patterns — each of which uses geometric lines and crisp design details.
Six patterns are also being added to the Evolution collection of shag-like, polypropylene machine-woven rugs.
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