Oriental Weavers Releases New Catalog

It also features a new marketing and social media campaign, “Drawn to Inspire”
June 21, 2016Mackenzie Dunn

oriental weavers logoDALTON, Ga.-Oriental Weavers has released its 2016-2017 Rug Catalog featuring the latest color and design trends, merchandising displays for rugs and rug pads, and the company’s top selling designs in the more than 80 collections showcased.

Inside the 500 pages are more than 150 area rugs debuting in the catalog. Included is the Tommy Bahama Palace Collection; a hand-knotted wool collection of modern and traditional patterns in updated colors and the Andorra Collection; an assortment of shiny and matte lusters in a dramatic palette of over 200 colors.

The catalog features a “Drawn to Inspire” theme using a clean layout with hand sketched room scenes that let the rug be the inspiration. The “Drawn to Inspire” marketing campaign will be emphasized across all channels with themed marketing and social media tools made available to the company’s retail partners.

The catalog is available in print form and can be accessed digitally here by clicking e-catalog.

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