ITM to Debut Showroom at 230 Fifth Avenue

CUMBERLAND, R.I.-Effective March 1, International Textile Manufacturing will have a showroom at 230 Fifth Avenue, in space #511, in time for the New York Home Fashions Market.

"The 'explosive' growth of braided rugs at both retail, as well as in the dot-com world, is giving us the ability to open our first permanent New York showroom," said Jeff Cohen, national sales manager, ITM. "Braids are truly emerging as a contemporary lifestyle floor covering choice. There is so much that can be done with color, shape and size."

For the market, ITM will showcase 15 braided rug and doormat styles along with a range of woven accent rugs.

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