Surya touts diversity across 27 new rug collections
January 9, 2017,
Peachtree has a matte shine finish and features modern multi-colored geometric patterns.
Comprising 300-plus new rugs across opening to high-end price points, the company said its new offering encompasses many luxury hand-knotted designs, hand-tufted varieties and innovative machine-made rugs.
Surya’s new hand-knotted rugs come in wool, silk/wool blends, cotton and viscose constructions and include: Festival, a zero-pile, 100% wool grouping featuring updated traditional designs; and Desiree, a wool-and-viscose collection made with a high-low texture and finished with an oxidized treatment for a distressed look.
Surya’s 59 new hand-tufted designs include Ancient Treasures and Ashville. Ancient Treasures is expanding with several new looks, including updated traditional design in bright hues. Ashville use a neutral yarn color palette from the varying hues of undyed wool, and designs span florals, paisleys and traditional patterns.
There are 14 new machine-made collections and 180 new rugs: Peachtree, which employs polyester and polypropylene to create a matte shine finish and features modern multi-colored geometric patterns, and Apricity, made of 100% polyester and depicting a range of abstract and traditional designs inspired by antique hand knots.
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