KAS Rugs adding to assortment this winter
December 28, 2016,
SOMERSET, N.J. — Rug and soft goods manufacturer KAS Rugs will introduce some 150 new products during markets in Atlanta and Las Vegas.
Officials from the Somerset, N.J.-based producer say the company is broadening its range of price points by introducing higher quality rugs and focusing on textures and lifestyle trends. New collections include:
Austin is hand knotted by Indian artisans into a soft and plush wool pile with a unique ribbed effect. The rugs are finished with a braided fringe and are textured from top to bottom. Austin comes in seven transitional patterns across five sizes.
Empire is hand tufted in a velvety wool blend with silky viscose highlights in a variety of watercolor looks. Its patterns are abstract and easy on the eyes in a tonal color palette.
Additionally, KAS will launch its second annual Outdoor Lookbook. KAS has expanded its indoor/outdoor assortment significantly and the company continues to expand on the strongest collections and bring to market new and innovative outdoor constructions every market season.
KAS will open a day early at each market: on Tuesday, Jan. 10, in Atlanta (AmericasMart Building 1 4-C-5) and Saturday, Jan. 21, in Las Vegas (World Market Center B-175). It is offering free freight for the entire month of January and pillow and pouf discounts all week during market.
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