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At the upcoming fall High Point Market, Harounian Rugs International (HRI) will grand-open its new High Point Showroom located in the IHFC Design Center, showroom D-431. 

The new showroom, more than double the size of the company’s previous showroom, is the largest in the company’s 60-year history and will allow HRI to show its entire line, as well as waterfalls of sample swatches of HRI’s full assortment. 

T.M. Nuckols, President of TDG Residential, announced the rebranding of the company’s decorative segment product lines. Masland Wool is being rebranded to 1866 by Masland. Fabrica Wool is being rebranded to Décor by Fabrica.

Len Andolino, Vice President, Decorative Division, who joined TDG in February of this year, will lead marketing, merchandising, and product development efforts in each of the new brands. TDG entered the high-end decorative business segment in 2007 with a handful of imports in both broadloom and area rugs plus some internally tufted wool styles. In July 2013 TDG purchased Robertex, a Calhoun, GA-based Wool Manufacturer to grow the business further.

Andolino stated, “We have a great foundation of products to date, the fact that we are the largest American based manufacturer of tufted wool will set us apart from our competition as we start to import heavily from around the world. We will no longer be just offering wool, although wool will continue to be our main fiber, we will now be adding new constructions and fibers to our assortment .through our expanding global supply chain partners”.

“We felt with the additional product content being added to our Decorative assortment that it was time to create new brands to further our commitment to this category. 1866 by Masland was created by using the year C.H. Masland & Sons was founded 155 years ago. This nod to our long heritage will set the stage to showcase our company as the “Founders of Fashion” in the flooring industry. Décor by Fabrica was created to highlight the essence of product excellence with a focus on high fashion for the decorative market. Both Masland and Fabrica are highly respected brands known throughout our industry as fashion leaders, it was important to integrate both names into these 2 new brands,” added Andolino.

Both brands will have distinct product assortments with their own merchandising for the dealer network. The Masland and Fabrica Territory Managers will be showing the newest styles and merchandising options shortly. Surfaces 2022 will be the official launch of both new brands.

Art Resources has moved from its second-floor Market Square showroom to a new space just opposite, in suite 278. The new showroom, which is smaller in order to concentrate the company’s collections, affords Art Resources more visibility for its product programs. The company also plans to introduce two to three new rug designs, as well as new additions to its program rugs at the fall High Point Market.

S & H Rugs will introduce new hand-knotted rug collections as well as many popular handmade rug designs in its Suites at Market Square space M-2048 at the upcoming High Point Market. 

“We look forward to seeing and reconnecting with designers and decorators, showing our latest hand-woven collections, and discussing the development of great new ideas,” says Owner Ori Wilbush. “It’s always exciting to meet new clients and share our knowledge in hand-knotted rugs with them. In addition, we also have a chance to discuss our expertise when it comes to custom orders.”

Award-winning fine rug manufacturer, Feizy Rugs, will be debut an array of stunning new collections and additional styles to its existing collections at October's High Point Market.

Feizy will be showcasing seven bold new styles to The Thom Filicia Home Collection for Feizy, a partnership collection with one of the industry’s most influential designers. Feizy will also be debuting 9 collections, including the Alford, Francisco, Kaia, Laina, Lennon, Redford, Thayer, Vancouver and Noris collections. Feizy will also showcase additions to its existing Cadiz, Luna and Norah collections.

Feizy Rugs, one of the country’s largest award-winning manufacturer of rugs, has announced it will be adding a second showroom to its existing showcase at High Point in North Carolina next month. The new showroom will be located at Showplace, Suite 2300 and will span approximately 5,000 square feet.

High Point attendees will have the opportunity to enjoy double the showroom experience as Feizy displays the full breadth of its various rug collections. Attendees are welcome to stop by the new showroom or book an appointment with a Feizy sales representative. The company will use its expanded showroom to connect with new buyers and décor enthusiasts through its display of best-selling pieces from its most sought-after collections.

The High Point Market Style Spotters are gearing up for an active Fall Market, October 16-20, with the return of in-person programming and the celebration of the program’s tenth anniversary.

The full team of 2021 Style Spotters will be in High Point to act as the industry’s trend-setting guides, scouring the Market’s buildings and showrooms to highlight the top new styles this fall. They will begin early, spotting 25 favorite products each, then adding their selections to curated digital galleries on the Style Spotters hub page,


DesignOn HPMKT by IMC – International Market Centers’ (IMC) High Point Market programming and social media channels – offers a 360-degree approach to education with a comprehensive schedule of 25 events and seminars offering 14 CEUS presented before, during and after the October 16-20, 2021 market.

“For the first time in more than a year, DesignOn HPMKT by IMC is presenting live, in-person programming at High Point Market!” said Dorothy Belshaw, IMC executive vice president, chief customer and marketing officer. “We’re using the lessons learned from the pause in our at-market events to improve the experience. Starting with this market, the hybrid programming prepares attendees for market, provides inspiration and networking while they are here and gives them the after-market tools to use when they return to their stores and studios.”

Fall Design Week featuring Gift & Home is offering three days of curated, educational programming on design, the world of retail and seasonal trends from September 20-22 at IMC’s AmericasMart® Atlanta campus.

“Along with opportunities for order writing and exploring the latest in design trends, Fall Design Week programming enables design aficionados to learn about the direction the industry is moving toward,” said Dorothy Belshaw, IMC chief marketing and digital officer. “We are so excited to welcome the design industry back to AmericasMart this September for sourcing, education and reconnection.”