Interiors tend to get freshened every 10-15 years.
During that period, things change. What was appropriate for a younger family no longer serves. People may want to simplify. They may just be tired of the old look and long for something new.
Change was front and center at the New York Rug show, the first we have attended since the Covid19 outbreak. Presented by Cover magazine September 25-27 as "A new boutique show featuring leading high-end rug brands," the show reflects a warming trend.
Whereas cooler blues and grays have dominated rugs for quite some time, warmer tones are beginning to appear, especially in traditional rugs. Some described this trend as "modern colors on traditional rugs."
Since we are seeing more interest in our Florida market in traditional rugs, Drew Dicus and I bought accordingly.
Blues and grays remain on this popular rug, but it also displays warmer browns and greens.
Tans warm up the blues.
Reds here show a complete commitment to the warming trend.
While this design stays cool.
Tan is mixed in the yarns making complement the attention-grabbing textural elements.
Strands of browns.
Tans and browns in the background of cooler elements.
Warmer elements in the front a cooler background.
These rugs or samples are available in both the Tampa and Orlando showrooms.
DESIGNER NET $1593
CLOSE OUT $350
Size: 8’7 x 11’10
DESIGNER NET $4572.00
Size: 8’10” x 12
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No returns. No showings in homes.
Rugs can be picked up at the showroom, or we can arrange for home delivery and set up for an extra charge.
These are individual pieces in one size in one color.
First come, first serve.
Don't worry about storage wrinkles. We will steam them out.