Surya expands categories for Dallas summer market

surya hartleyCARTERSVILLE, Ga. — Surya will display expanded rug and lighting collections as well as oversized art at its World Trade Center 560 showroom at the Total Home & Gift Market in Dallas, June 21-27.

Surya’s rug collections continue to grow with high-quality, innovative designs across the price and style spectrum. Rug collections to be showcased at market include:

  • The machine-made Tibetan collection is comprised of 12 rugs with designs ranging from traditional bohemian patterns and center medallions to modern, abstract styles in varying shades of gray paired with cream.
  • Adaptable for indoor and outdoor use, the machine-made Marmaris collection utilizes browns, grays and blues in solid, border and lattice designs for a traditional aesthetic at an affordable price.
  • The Elise machine-made collection’s designs range from traditional to abstract with a distressed, antique aesthetic. The neutral palette is updated by rich blues, golds and purples.
  • The hand-tufted shag Koryak collection features bold, modern designs in subtle color palettes of black, grays and whites in a super soft, plush pile.

Surya will also feature its custom rug program, which allows for customer-specified size, shape and design.

In addition, Surya will be exhibiting hundreds of new and best-selling task, table and floor lamps in a variety of styles and sizes. Surya’s lighting assortment now includes more than 600 lamps. Lamps to be showcased at market include:

  • The hand-sculpted metal Whitworth table lamp has an aged pewter finish and exaggerated linen drum shade.
  • The contemporary modern Hartley table and floor lamps have an X-shaped, metal body and the options of a brass or black finish with a rectangular linen shade.

Oversized art will also be featured prominently at Surya’s Dallas showroom, with more than 10,000 image options available.

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