Oriental Weavers Debuts 2014/2015 Catalog

Oriental Weavers Rug Fashion CatalogThe 2014/2015 Rug Fashion Catalog from Oriental Weavers

DALTON, Ga.-Oriental Weavers has released its 2014/2015 Rug Fashion Catalog.

Totaling more than 500 pages and featuring more than 1,300 rugs, the catalog is the largest and most comprehensive the company has ever published, Oriental Weavers said in a statement. It focuses exclusively on area rugs, for which the company offers retailers every size with a wide variety of design direction, qualities, price points and stocking services.

In addition, the catalog showcases Oriental Weavers' two new exclusive licensing partners, Pantone Universe and Tommy Bahama. It also presents home interior trends identified by the company's rug-design department, which are communicated through methods of blending area-rug designs, home interior fashion and runway fashion.

Also new for this year is the 2014/2015 Rug Fashion Catalog in digital format. Customers can now access the catalog by visiting Oriental Weavers' website, owrugs.com, and clicking on "e-catalog." This allows customers 24/7 access to the trend information, best sellers and the whole array of designs, whenever the need arises.

Jonathan Witt, Oriental Weavers' senior vice president, said, "This very thorough and robust catalog reinforces our exclusive commitment to the area-rug category, when many others are going down a road of fragmentation."

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