Nourison Hospitality Debuts New Collection At BDNY

Nourison showcased its Hospitality Division and its new Indigeny Broadloom Collection at the Boutique Design New York Trade Show on November 10th and 11th at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. The company is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of handmade carpets and rugs as well as high-end broadloom products for hospitality, commercial and residential uses.

“We were very excited to participate in the BDNY show,” said Jonny Peykar, Vice President of Hospitality at Nourison. “It put our products in front of thousands of designers, architects and hospitality professionals. I am pleased with the amount of interest we generated among the attendees. Nourison is well-known for rugs and broadloom but we are slowly on our way to becoming a leading supplier of quality carpets for the hospitality industry as well.”

Nourison debuted a vivid, new, hand-carved axminster collection named “Indigeny” at BDNY. It is the first in a series of new and innovative products by Nourison targeted at the Hospitality marketplace. The company’s custom rug and broadloom capabilities as well as a selection of pillows from the company’s accents division were also featured at the Show.

“The Indigeny Collection is firmly aimed toward the architectural and design community who are looking for new, fresh ideas for hospitality public space. The collection consists of 50 designs in a fashion-forward color palette. There is a strong level of both coordination and varying scales of design making the collection suitable for an entire hospitality scheme,” said Elliot Steel, Nourison’s Design Director.

The Indigeny Collection takes inspiration from the radiant colors and intricate patterns of traditional Southwestern Native American design. It is created on 3-Ply Axminster, 16 color looms from 80% premium wool and 20% nylon and features hand carving.

For more information, please visit the division’s exciting new website at Nourison is a member of the ORIA.

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