Surya to introduce hundreds of rugs at High Point Market
April 10, 2017,
“Our new machine-made collections provide a handcrafted, artisan look for budget-conscious yet fashion-forward customers," said Satya Tiwari, president of Surya.
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A few notable machine-made collections to debut this spring include:
• Love: The Love collection has 20 power-looped rugs with traditional bohemian patterns that are updated with thick, plied yarn.
• Jolene: Versatile for indoor and outdoor use, the bright and bold Jolene collection features a high-low pile.
• Masala Market: A mix of luminous yet durable yarns, the Masala Market collection displays traditional center medallion patterns.
• Ayasofya: For a subtle aesthetic, the low-pile Ayasofya collection offers traditional patterns in a neutral color palette of cream, taupe, gray and navy.
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Surya is also introducing a number of new handmade rugs at the spring High Point Market. Many of these collections are created with innovative materials or assembled using alternative construction methods.
• Claude: The Claude collection is hand-knotted with hard twist, wool yarn, adding casual sophistication to the visual appeal of the rugs.
• Amsterdam: The Amsterdam collection is hand-woven on a jacquard loom, allowing for its intricately detailed, bohemian kilim and center medallion designs.
• Klein: The charcoal and denim color mixture of the durable, hand-loomed Klein collection provides a complimentary foundation for a room’s overall design aesthetic.
• Elixir: Hand-knotted Elixir collection has a classic center medallion and “Tree of Life” patterns in classic hues.
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