Rug Show Prepares For Upcoming New York Market
New York and Los Angeles: With only weeks to go until opening day of the 2016 New York edition of The Rug Show, attention is now turning to the details that bring a show together. The catalogs are printed, rugs are being shipped, and exhibitors are eager to greet attendees from across the globe. As an undeniable ‘must’ for any serious rug and carpet showroom owner, designer, architect, or other interior professional, The Rug Show offers an all but unbeatable selection of rugs and carpets across the middle and high end of the market. Join The Rug Show at the Javits Center in New York City from September 10-13, 2016.
‘The Rug Show brings together some of the best companies in the rug business.’ says Ramin Mobayen, one of the organizers of The Rug Show. ‘By featuring all of this great product in one location, everyone in the entire industry – buyers, wholesales, designers – is able to benefit. And we’re not just talking about handmade rugs, we have an impressive selection of machine-made products this year as well.’
Louis de Poortere will present their complementary collections of quality Belgian made broadloom and machine-made area rugs, while Concepts International will show off its comprehensive selection of broadloom and area rugs. Globalcraft Rugs will also be on hand with their subtle SuCool Broadloom, which is available in a variety of on trend colours well suited to co-ordinate with today’s interiors and handmade rugs.
As perennial favorites, French Accents, Creative Touch, Sahar, New Moon, and Samad will be sure to impress with their unique perspectives on contemporary carpets, as they join Tepp Team USA, Shalom Brothers, Michaelian & Kohlberg, and Woven Legends who are widely known for their updated traditional rugs. Emoc Oriental Rug will present a selection of both new and antique Persian carpets, as Tibet Rug Company and Bespoke Tibetan Carpets, along with Wool and Silk, showcase the outstanding breadth of designs available in modern Nepalese carpets. Finally Knott & Co.’s fret like Fez Collection, and the minimalist styling of Kristiina Lassus round out the huge variety of styles available. Overall, everything a rug showroom needs to be successful in the 21st century can be found at The Rug Show.
The Rug Show is North America’s premier biannual rug and carpet show and caters to a diverse community of showroom buyers across the middle and high-end of the rug market. With Los Angeles in the spring and New York in the fall, buyers and exhibitors are never far away from the best the industry has to offer. For more information about The Rug Show visit: www.therugshow.com or contact Ramin Mobayen at: (310) 701-1590