Nourison To Showcase Wide Range Of On-Trend Styles At Surfaces

Nourison will showcase rich textures, on-trend designs, handcrafted styles in broadloom and custom rugs and the newest displays at their Las Vegas showroom at C112, World Market Center, January 29 through February 2, during The International Surface Event (TISE).

New collections from Craftworks™ include Arbor, Artrium, and Tullamore. Arbor and Atrium are both hand tufted in a dense loop pile construction with specially dyed yarns for a multi-tone natural look. Tullamore has a diagonal gradiant plaid design with a modern flair. It has a dense, hand micro-tufted loop pile in 100% wool.

Featured Nourison collections include Roxbury Stripe, Interlace and Gradations. Roxbury Stripe features a sophisticated tonal stripe design, highlighted by nylon accents. It is hand loomed with a decorative flatweave construction of New Zealand Wool and silk-like nylon. Interlace is hand loomed with delicately woven crossing yarns, forming a crochet-style textured flatweave pile in soft tonals, pastels and bold contrast colors for a varied decorative palette. Gradations features a contemporary gradient stripe in fashionable color tones. It is hand loomed with a decorative flatweave construction in 100% wool.

The Nourtex Seasons collection is a natural looking flatweave in three designs: Modern Lattice, Outer Ridge, and Vintage Trellis. It is woven from fade and moisture-resistant UV stabilized polypropylene, suited for indoor or outdoor use.

New from Hagaman is Glasgow and the new Coastal design from the Elements collection. Glasgow has specially dyed yarns for multi-tone texture. Hand tufted in a practical synthetic yarn with a luxury wool look. Elements Coastal has a stripe pattern in a variety of colors. It is machine tufted in a wool blend.

Nourison will also be offering a large selection of roll specials. Roll buyers will be able to play “Roll the Dice” with a chance to win cash prizes. Attendees who schedule an appointment will receive complimentary transportation: Prizes double on Monday, January 30 (All Day), and Tuesday, January 31, 8am – 12pm.

Author: Sally James

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