Oriental Weavers to Introduce More Than 400 Designs at New York Market

Temara rug

Temara rug

DALTON, Ga.–Oriental Weavers will introduce more than 400 designs next week, including three new U.S.-made collections and two from the company’s Egyptian facilities. The company will show in its new showroom, #719 at 295 Fifth Avenue.

The made-in-the-U.S. collections include Adrienne, a machine woven of soft polypropylene with high-twist, two-tone yarns, and in shades of deep navy, warm plum, cayenne red, soft tangerine and spa blue. Also made in the U.S., Kate is a group of heat-set, machine-made area rugs reminiscent of old world vintage looks in soft, romantic shades. Carson collection is a new plush, machine-woven rug collection constructed of textured polypropylene and in a color palette of vibrant paprika, slate blue, rich brown, golden ivory and steel gray.

From Egypt, introductions include Temara, a machine-woven collection constructed with a high pile of dense, heavily textured yarns and in old world tribal patterns.

Oriental Weavers will also expand its indoor/outdoor line with the Lagos collection, which has high-low effect created by the woven cut pile and flatweave construction and in colors of deep navy, bright red, aqua blue, lime green, tangerine and citron.

The company is hosting a party on Monday, Sept. 10, from 4-7 p.m. to celebrate its new showroom. During the event, it will be giving away iPads, iTouchs, and other Apple products.