Nourison's Calvin Klein Line Launches Fall Designs

The new Pondicherry rug design, from the Calvin Klein Home collection produced by Nourison.The new Pondicherry rug design, from the Calvin Klein Home collection produced by Nourison.

 

 

NEW YORK-The Calvin Klein Home Rugs collection, designed exclusively by Nourison, will expand with the new Loom Select Neutrals designs, along with a new compact fixture.

 

The new Calvin Klein Home Loom Select Neutrals will debut at the Atlanta International Area Rug Market, which begins this Thursday, July 15. Loom Select Neutrals is a new group of tonal, graphic designs in taupe and gray. They include Pondicherry, a subtle two-toned floral motif inspired by antique Indian textiles; Diffused Lines, which is abstract shapes inspired by watercolor painting; Pasture, a graphic interlocking style of honeycomb shapes in a high/low pile; Overlay, which has layered geometric blocks; and Jasmine Vines, which has classic tone-on-tone floral vines over a geometric ground and was influenced by Japanese textiles.

 

The Calvin Klein Home Rug Portfolio display measuring less than 20 square feet, it will showcase 45 samples from the Calvin Klein area rug lines, focusing on best sellers and key collections. A point-of-purchase board will provide selling features, rug images, and sample and sizing availability. It will be in retail stores by the end of September.

 

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