Nourison to Debut Broadloom Collections Next Month

Nourison StarlightStarlight is a collection of minimalist patterns in understated hues.

NEW YORK--Nourison will debut new broadloom collections next month at Las Vegas' Surfaces, in booth S6413. The eight new collections feature signature techniques such as special dyeing effects, hand carving, hand finishing and luster washing.

Starlight is a contemporary chic collection of minimalist patterns in understated hues; loom woven of New Zealand wool and a Luxelle Plus blend, the collection is space dyed. Nepal is inspired by its namesake country and features jeweled medallions and flame-like shapes in a neutral palette; made of 70 percent New Zealand wool and 30 percent Luxelle and is face-to-face woven. The Mediterranean collection takes ancient, time-honored designs and transforms them into a modern fashion statement with hand-carved designs and a dense pile; made of 80 percent New Zealand wool and 20 percent nylon. Beverley Hills is face-to-face woven on state-of-the-art Wilton looms and has an abrash effect; made of 70 percent New Zealand Wool and 30 percent PET. Nu Dimensions showcases understated geometric patterns in a sumptuous wool construction and a sophisticated tonal color palette. Providence offers timeless patterns in neutral color palettes; face-to-face woven of 70 percent New Zealand wool and 30 percent PET. Victoria is a refined broadloom group that is reminiscent of the Art Nouveau era; woven in a blend of 80 percent New Zealand wool and 20 percent nylon. Amore has chic, graphic designs in statement-making color palettes in a shag construction; machine woven in polypropylene.

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