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Award-winning manufacturer Feizy Rugs is well-known for creating on-trend groupings that span style and price spectrums. Over the past 45 years, a discerning clientele has come to expect nothing less than the most innovative designs from the company, which has grown to become one of the country’s largest rug manufacturers, and the stunning new introductions being made at the upcoming Las Vegas Market are sure to please.

Harounian Rugs International (HRI) will be expanding upon their HRI-RESILIENCE Collections with the introduction of a new outdoor collection of rugs under the new brand name “Outdoor Heirlooms". According to HRI’s Lee Harounian, “As the name implies, this collection will consist of timeless traditional designs, and is intended to enable consumers to create a colorful indoor aesthetic, outdoors."

Oriental Weavers, the world’s largest manufacturer of power loomed rugs, announces the release of their 2019-2020 Rug Catalog just in time for the summer market and the fall selling season.

Proudly dedicated exclusively to the rug category, the company’s catalog is over 500 pages and incorporates more than 150 new introductions comprised of 12 new collections.

Exhibitors reported strong order writing at the close of the summer 2019 Atlanta International Gift and Home Furnishings Market®. The market drew buyers from all 50 states and nearly 60 countries sourcing from 8,000 brands across all categories of home décor and gift showcased in 1,400 permanent showrooms and 3,000 temporary exhibits according to International Market Centers (IMC).

International Market Centers (IMC) has promoted Cain Brodie to general manager of Las Vegas Design Center (LVDC), a collection of design-driven, open year-round showrooms located on the World Market Center Las Vegas campus, effective Aug. 1. Brodie, a 10-year member of the Las Vegas Market team, will report directly to Julie Messner, senior vice president of furniture and home décor leasing.

Tamarian announced a rug collaboration with fellow Baltimore-based artists Annie Howe and Jessie & Katey. Tamarian continues to explore new ways to innovate and diversify their design portfolio from traditional sources of inspiration; and working with these arts-scenesters, who have been bringing high energy and aesthetic to the region and beyond for the past decade, is a welcome departure, if not a homecoming.