Tayse Rugs to Debut Two Showrooms

Tayse will open a larger space at High Point Market and debut at Las Vegas Market
September 15, 2015Andrea Lillo

Tayse RugsCALHOUN, Ga.—Tayse Rugs will be debuting a larger showroom at High Point Market next month, as well as debuting its first permanent space at Las Vegas Market come January.

For High Point Market, Tayse will be showing in the International Home Furnishings Center, M-433, a 3,120 square foot location. It previously showed in an 800-square-foot space.

At Las Vegas Market, the company will debut its first permanent location after sharing space for the past few years. The new location is in Building C, C-768.

“After quadrupling our space in High Point Market, our next move will be to show our products in Las Vegas Market,” Jay Dogan, vice president. “We believe having our presence with a permanent showroom in Las Vegas will increase our West Coast sales dramatically. I am excited that we will be able to see some prospective customers in Las Vegas that are not attending High Point Market.”

At Las Vegas Market, the company plans on debuting six collections that are new constructions and color creels for the company, though they will still be machine-made product. The six new collections are Ambiance, Avon, Bristol, Cambridge, Fairmont and Infinity.

Andrea LilloAndrea Lillo | Fashion Editor
alillo@hfnmag.com

Andrea Lillo has written about a variety of topics, from beer gardens in Queens to kitchen design trends to residential caves. Having joined Home Furnishings News in 2006, she serves as Fashion Editor.

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