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Nourison Appoints Lipkin VP of Hospitality Sales

Peter Lipkin SADDLE BROOK, NJ – Nourison has appointed Peter Lipkin as Vice President of Hospitality Sales. He will be responsible for ongoing development of the Nourison Hospitality segment with A&D firms, lodging brands, owning groups and purchasing firms. Lipkin will help oversee management and development of the company’s sales team, marketing, product development and go-to-market strategies. The hospitality sales team will report directly to him.

Lipkin comes to Nourison with extensive hospitality sales experience. He spent 13 years as Vice President of Sales for Desso Hospitality, a division of Tarket, where he managed national account development and sales. Previously he was with Innovative Carpets as Vice President of Sales.

“We are delighted that Peter Lipkin has joined our team at Nourison to help further the development of our hospitality division,” said Jonny Peykar, VP of Hospitality. “We have known Peter for several years and he is a respected professional in our industry. His experience and motivational style will be a terrific fit in our organization.”

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Loloi Introduces Seven New Rug Collections at Fall High Point Market

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Holloway from Loloi's collaboration with Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines

DALLAS, TX — Loloi will debut seven new rug collections and add to three of its most popular existing collections this fall in High Point. With a variety of styles and materials being introduced, the new collections range from neutral earth tones to dimensional and bold colorways, along with a blend of power loomed, hooked and hand-crafted collections.

Also new to the market, Loloi will debut nine rug collections, including an assortment of pillows and throws, as part of its collaboration with Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines and ED Ellen Degeneres.

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Libby Langdon High Point Launch, Events and More New Products from KAS

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Designs featured above are part of KAS’ newest license Libby Langdon for KAS

SOMERSET, NJ – KAS Rugs will be introducing 8 new collections at the upcoming High Point Market. The array of collections launching this market encompasses a wide array of looks, textures and pricepoints to offer everyone a little something fresh.

New introductions will include vintage traditionals, classic patterns with a farmhouse twist, handknotted flatweaves and relaxed indoor/outdoor rugs just in time for the upcoming spring/summer season. One noteworthy collection is Porter, a textured hand-knotted flatweave constructed with wool and bamboo silk with a braided fringe.  

Another one-of-a-kind collection being featured this fall is Cecilia, hand-knotted of 100% rustic and knobby wool. Traditionals set in a farmhouse look and feel make each one unique to the marketplace.

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Nourison introduces Christopher Guy, new hand knotted designs and hundreds of One-of-a-Kinds at High Point Market

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Nourison's newest designer collection by Christopher Guy will debut in High Point

SADDLE BROOK, NJ — Nourison will be introducing the Christopher Guy Area Rug Collection, new hand-knotted designs, and hundreds of One-of-a-Kind rugs at High Point Market. The Christopher Guy by Nourison will launch with 38 designed and crafted handmade area rugs made of New Zealand Wool, silk and mohair, on display at both Nourison and Christopher Guy showrooms. The collection is based on Christopher Guy Harrison’s personal interpretation of how Coco Chanel’s home may have looked if she were with us today.

The kathy ireland® Home Heritage rug collection launches with an abstract industrial feel, creating an urban energy inspired by scenes from the streets of New York City and India. The kathy ireland® Silver Screen collection is also a new release, featuring elegant designs with delicately distressed to evoke a beautiful vintage vibe.

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The Future Arrives at The Rug Show

by Michael Christie, Editor Rug Insider

It is traditional to review a show by discussing the illustrious, the noteworthy, or in the social media marketing parlance of The Rug Show, the esteemed exhibitors and all of their new and interesting work. Tradition further dictates as a matter of professional courtesy a trade publication should generally write that every iteration of a show is the best, with great attendance, delighted buyers, spectacular rugs and carpets, and promises for an ever better show next time. This is said not as a startling revelation, rather merely as preface to a break with said normalities. Just as all traditions were once novel, they also fade with time and it is with this commentary on the Fall 2017 The Rug Show, which took place September 10-13, 2017 at New York City’s Javits Center, Rug Insider starts anew, with deference to the established, but with eyes toward the future.

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The Rug Show New York 2017

The Rug Show proved to be successful as it too appears to be at a crossroads betwixt tradition and the future. The show once again did indeed set new records for the number of exhibitors, arguably making it the ‘best one yet’ but the accolade is not awarded on numbers alone. The show and it’s organizers certainly hit the best mark by broadening the exhibitor base to include numerous foreign brands and manufacturers, many of whom may not have been welcomed under a more strict manufacturer-importer-retailer arrangement as was more indicative of trade shows of the past, e.g. Kirkit, Bereket, Yilong Carpet, and Yerra. As the market has increasingly seen buyers from furniture stores, mixed flooring shops, and speciality rug retailers pursue direct importing arrangements in order to bolster their bottom line, The Rug Show seems to be wisely — if not also selectively and slowly — moving with the market instead of lamenting the erosion of more orthodox distribution models.

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The Rug Show to Debut at Fall High Point Market

the rug show at highpointHIGH POINT, N.C. — The Rug Show, a non-profit industry association of producers, importers and wholesalers, is bringing a 10-company collection of rugs to the Top Floor of Suites at Market Square for Fall High Point Market, Oct. 14-18.

“This year, the Rug Show will join High Point Market for the first time,” said Ramin Mobayen, a representative of The Rug Show. “We will be located on the top floor of The Suites at Market Square and proudly showcasing some of our most prestigious exhibitors.”

Mobayen said that a range of high-end area rugs will be showcased at market, and various price points and design aesthetics will be featured. Exhibitors for the 2017 Rug Show High Point Market debut include: The New England Collection, Anadol Rugs, Caravan Rug Corporation, H.O.C Design, Lapchi Rug Design Studio, Looms Of Persia, The Tibet Rug Company, Zollanvari, Rug and Kilim and Mobayen Rugs.

“Our national Rug Show brings together under one roof as great a number as possible of the wholesalers and buyers in the trade,” Mobayen said. “Our show is run by the actual exhibiting members in an open, communal manner so as to create the best purchasing environment for our industry’s customers. And by pooling our resources, we’re able to achieve superior service as well as dramatically more efficient cost structures for the management of these shows.”

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