The Rug Market America to Debut Juvenile Collection In Atlanta

LOS ANGELES-The Rug Market America will debut its Nurture Imagination collection of baby and youth rugs during next month's Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market and the Atlanta International Area Rug Market. The Nurture Imagination rugs coordinate with bedding and other children's products already marketed under the Nurture Imagination brand.

More than 24 rug designs will debut in The Rug Market America's Nurture Imagination collection, including "Birds on a Wire," with colorful birds having an imagined "online" conversation on telephone pole wires; "Count Off," a tone-on-tone numeral art design; and "First Friends," featuring whimsical animals living in a bright green paradise. The suggested retail prices are $99 for a 3-by-5 and $199 for a 5-by-8.

The Nurture Imagination bedding and accessory collection has already been well received by major retailers, the company said. The combined collections will be on display for buyers in The Rug Market America's AmericasMart showroom, 12-B-8 in Building 1.

"Our design team and its years of design experience has resulted in an attractive and fun Nurture Imagination collection of rugs that we are excited about  introducing this season," said Mike Shabtai, president, The Rug Market America and Nurture Imagination. "We have been in the children's business for many years and have designed best-selling products in everything from baby home accessories to bedding and nursery decor."

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