Chilewich to Debut at Las Vegas Market

New Gold floormatsNew Gold floormats

NEW YORK-Chilewich will debut at the Las Vegas Market next month, as its rep group will be exhibiting there, also for the first time. The Keena showroom is located in Building C, #1035, at World Market Center Las Vegas.

Chilewich has been working with Keena, which has showrooms in San Francisco, Seattle and Los Angeles, since Chilewich started 14 years ago. Chilewich recently expanded its sales territory with Keena first to Southern California last year, and the Rocky Mountain territory, which includes Colorado, Arizona, Utah and New Mexico, earlier this year.

Among Chilewich's new products is New Gold in its basketweave woven floormats. Chilewich's four-over-four Basketweave continues to be the foundation for its expanding collection of texture, the company said. Available in six standard size floormats, and also available for customization, the made-in-the-U.S. floormats are durable and easy to clean.

"There are countless ways to interpret metallics and Chilewich was committed to creating a gold that was modern--not flashy, not too yellow and not too bright. Presenting more like a brushed gold, it is restrained and elegant," said Sandy Chilewich, founder and creative director.

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