The Rug Market returns to Las Vegas Market
July 24, 2014,
Los Angeles – The Rug Market America will debut its latest outdoor Resort rug designs and interior rug designs as it returns to the World Market Center and the Las Vegas Market July 27 – 31.
The contemporary rug designer and manufacturer will exhibit its extensive multi-category line in showroom WMC A130, on the first floor of the A Building of the World Market Center. In a partnership with other quality home furnishing lines, The Rug Market America’s floor coverings will be on display within a 6,000 square foot permanent designer showroom for the first time during the July market. The reentry is a part of The Rug Market America’s continued focus on the design category and designer lines.
During the Las Vegas Market, The Rug Market America will be introducing new collections of their outdoor “Resort” lines and elegant fine quality indoor rugs with the “Maison” line. There also will be introductions from The Rug Market Kids collection. Representatives for The Rug Market America lines will be available in the showroom on a permanent basis.
Among the introductions will be wool and silk designs from the Maison Collection including the Westover that features a rich navy field with geometric imagery. The Cosa Bella is an elegant two tone rug with a neutral field and cream filigree design suitable for any interior. Within the Rug Market’s Resort Collection, the Caeruleus provides a bold floral design with multiple shades of trending blues for outdoor splash.
“We are excited to be returning to Las Vegas and this design focused showroom is a great fit for our product lines,” Shabtai said. “The vibrant west coast market is an important segment that we see as offering growth potential for our company.”
For more information about The Rug Market America and its lines of interior and exterior rugs and home décor collections, contact: email@example.com or visit therugmarket.com
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