Momeni Expands Accessories Category at High Point

HIGH POINT, N.C.--Having launched its initial decorative accessories line at April's High Point Market, Momeni has expanded that category at High Point Market.

Introductions include coordinates to several of its popular area rug collections, the company said. For example, Laguna coordinates with that line of handmade flatwoven rugs and will consist of handmade wool upholstered ottomans that are filled with lightweight Thermacool and have designer-inspired designs. An extension of the Veranda rug line, the indoor/outdoor Veranda ottoman is upholstered in polypropylene and has an interior made of weather-treated wood and marine-grade vinyl. The Laguna ottoman will retail for approximately $179 and while Veranda will retail for approximately $299.

In addition, the company has also brought in one of a kind pieces from Pakistan, Turkey and India, ranging from $199 to $599. "The company began with the idea of finding rare and beautiful rugs from all over the world and bringing them here," said Reza Momeni, president. "We are continuing the tradition by offering these beautiful pieces."

The company's High Point showroom is located in the IHFC, space G369.

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