Gertmenian to introduce Brown Jordan indoor/outdoor rug collection
August 22, 2016,
LOS ANGELES – Renowned rug designer and manufacturer Gertmenian will introduce its Brown Jordan indoor/outdoor rug collection to the casual furnishings trade at Casual Market Chicago. The exclusive line offers designers and Brown Jordan dealers' additional options for indoor/outdoor rugs that match Brown Jordan’s reputation for quality and durability.
The Gertmenian Design Studio created the versatile designs, which complement Brown Jordan’s outdoor furniture. The collection is available in 5’3”x7’5” and 7’10”x10’ sizes and consists of six designs in multiple colorways.
The antimicrobial rugs are resistant to stains, mildew and shedding, and thanks to Gertmenian’s proprietary EasyClean technology they may be the easiest-to-clean rugs ever. Ideal for patio or porch, they can stand up to the elements all year round.
“Gertmenian’s designers worked closely with Brown Jordan on this versatile and elegant new line of indoor/outdoor rugs,” says Peter Gertmenian, the president of Gertmenian. “We are proud to offer superior quality rugs that complement the trusted Brown Jordan brand and meet the demands of today’s sophisticated outdoor living environments."
“We are excited to partner with Gertmenian on our newest collection,” says Steve Elton, Brown Jordan’s chief brand curator. “The option of adding-on a Brown Jordan rug enhances the versatility and value of Brown Jordan furniture and gives our dealers a great new profit opportunity.”
The new rug collection will be available exclusively through designers and Brown Jordan dealers. More information is available at www.brownjordanrugs.com.
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