Loloi marks 10 years with new showroom, anniversary party

DALLAS — Loloi is celebrating 10 years in business with an anniversary party in its new showroom at the Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market.

The party is set for Thursday, Jan. 9 in Loloi's 14,000-square-foot showroom in AmericasMart Building 1, 4-D-2. It will include live entertainment by Glow, an eight-piece band known for its upbeat performances and danceable tunes.

"We are really looking forward to the debut of our new showroom," said Amir Loloi, founder and president of Loloi Rugs. "This new space is rebuilt and redesigned to offer a more comfortable and optimal shopping experience for our customers, while also enriching that experience with modern amenities such as a full-service bar, premium surround sound speakers, flat screens and more. Additionally, our new collections successfully mix style and sophistication with unique materials, techniques and a color palette perfect for a fun yet timeless look."

The showroom will be open for the Jan. 7-14 Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market and Jan. 8-11 Atlanta International Area Rug Market featuring the National Oriental Rug Show.

Loloi's new collections, set to debut in Atlanta, include rugs from China and India made of polyester, jute, wool/viscose and smooth sari silks. The hand-hooked or hand-knotted rugs are in classic designs that create timeless looks with modern appeal, the company says. Collections include Ashton, Barkley, Callie Shag, Empress, Gabriella, Giselle, Pearl and Walden.

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