Surya's Candice Olson Studio to Debut at High Point Market

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CALHOUN, Ga.-Surya will debut the Candice Olson Studio at the upcoming High Point Market, April 17-22. A dedicated space of 800 square feet within its showroom in Showspace 3233, the studio will feature the entire line of 95 area rugs, as well as point-of-purchase packages and display rack options.

"Candice Olson has deservedly become a household name, and anything she creates is highly sought after," said Satya Tiwari, president, Surya. "Surya is very fortunate to have the privilege of working with such a well-known and respected designer, and the collaboration has resulted in some of our most exquisite rug collections to date. Exclusive designs and impeccable quality are two things that Surya will continue to deliver to our customers."

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