Designer Chayse Dacoda and Jaipur to Launch Line in Vegas

LAS VEGAS-Chayse Dacoda is the latest designer to team up with Jaipur, and her new line of contemporary area rug designs, called Foundations by Chayse Dacoda, will be unveiled during Las Vegas Market. Dacoda will attend Jaipur's launch event on Monday, from 4-6 p.m., in its showroom, Bldg. B, #502.

The new rug line from Dacoda, known for her work on TLC's While You Were Out and HGTV's Get It Together, includes a broad range of fresh styles and constructions combining details of cut-loop construction and art silk accents.

"I envisioned Foundations by Chayse Dacoda Collection as a basic contemporary collection for the floor -- providing retailers, interior designers and homeowners with a series of simple, thoughtfully designed pieces to build their unique spaces around," said Dacoda. "With their commitment to quality construction and the ongoing work of their Jaipur Rugs Foundation, I knew that Jaipur would be a great partner in helping me bring this series to the marketplace."

"Chayse brings a fresh aspect to the Jaipur brand, imbuing this new collection with her signature sense of style and adept use of color," said Asha Chaudhary, CEO of Jaipur Rugs. "We look forward to celebrating the launch with music, drinks and hors d'oeuvres on Monday afternoon and invite customers to join us for this fun event."

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