• Cecile Corral

Oriental Weavers brings indoor, outdoor rugs under one roof

Six new collections launch at summer markets

oriental weavers beckettOriental Weavers' Beckett rug
DALTON, Ga. — For both inside the home and for the outdoors, Oriental Weavers’ new summer lineup spans six new collections.

Of the assortment there are two new outdoor-friendly, machine-made styles: Barbados and Marina.

Barbados is made in Egypt in a cut-and-loop construction. In “fun, new colors,” OW noted, the palette includes light strawberry, sage, washed denim and light sky blue. And patterns have global themes, including tile designs and simple geometrics.

Marina is also made in Egypt in a loop construction. Featuring black, navy, ivory, sand and gray, the designs are casual and sophisticated outdoor looks.

For interiors, OW is presenting five fashion-forward collections. Of these, two are made in the USA: Beckett and Dawson.

Featuring more than 50 shades of colors, Beckett’s palette centers on sun-washed mineral colors such as Slate Blue, Warm Clay, Soft Moss Green, Blue Agate, Cinnamon and Mahogany. Patterns include global traditional looks and painterly abstracts.

A textured barber-poled yarn defines Dawson’s distressed traditional, abstracts, global and tribal patterns. Colors spans brights, ranging from Paprika, Peacock and Chocolate to soft shades of Robin’s Egg, Saffron Gold and Olive Green.

The other three collections — Luna, Raleigh and Verona — are made in Egypt.

Luna is a high-density, machine-woven product in graphic black and white textural patterns.

Raleigh’s dense, soft pile takes tones of navy, deep red, smoky teal and blush to depict its new-traditional patterns.

Verona is machine-woven of microfiber to achieve its super-soft hand. Simple geometrics and globally-inspired textural patterns feature a neutral palette of brown, gray and ivory.

All of OW’s new rug collections are made of 100% polypropylene.

Cecile CorralCecile Corral | Senior Product Editor, Home Textiles Today

Cecile B. Corral has been a product editor with Home Textiles Today since late 2000. She covers the area and accent rug, kitchen textiles, table linens, beach towels, decorative bath and decorative pillow categories, as well as some retail subjects.

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