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Nourison offers an extraordinary selection of premium broadloom, roll runners and custom rugs for virtually any style of interior design. Our distinctive carpets are woven exclusively from the highest quality materials. Special dyeing effects, hand carving, hand finishing and luster washing are all signature techniques that make Nourison products the most unique and desirable in the market.

Here are some of Nourison’s new broadloom collections for 2014:

Starlight:Starlight
This contemporary-chic collection is sleek, shining, sophisticated and simply sensational to the touch. Featuring marvelously minimalist patterns in artfully understated hues, each design is sure to add an air of easy elegance to any environment. Fabricated from sumptuous wool with an especially plush pile for an utterly enticing look and feel. New Zealand Wool and Luxelle Plus blend, Loom woven • Space Dyed, Wool and Luxelle blend

Nepal:

This Nepalese-inspired pattern is an exciting and unexpected look that brings the clarity of mountain air indoors. Jeweled medallions and flame-like shapes flicker in elegantly muted tones across a clean, neutral palette that feels as fresh and pure as Himalayan snow. 70% New Zealand Wool • 30% Luxelle • Face-to-face woven.

Mediterranean:

The Mediterranean Collection takes ancient, time-honored designs and transforms them into a modern fashion statement perfectly suited for nearly any décor. Featuring meticulously hand-carved designs, this collection has a sumptuously dense pile and wonderful depth of texture that is sure to delight and sooth the senses. 80% New Zealand Wool, 20% Nylon.

Beverley Hills:

Face-to-face woven on state-of-the-art Wilton looms from a luxurious yet lasting wool/PET blend, this charismatic broadloom collection boasts a marvelously enduring style and substance. Featuring a range of subtly chic patterns, elegant hand-embossing for a dramatic depth and dimension and specially dyed yarns for an alluring antique “abrash” effect. 70% New Zealand Wool, 30% PET

Nu Dimensions:

Instantly update your home with this sensationally textured, supremely comfortable and marvelously modern broadloom collection. The chic and understated geometric patterns, sumptuous wool construction and sophisticated tonal color palette fashionably fit into any décor.

Providence:

Offering timeless patterns, terrific neutral color palettes, sensational textures and easy maintenance, these versatile carpets are sure to set a warm and inviting mood in any area they inhabit. Face-to-face woven, 70% New Zealand Wool, 30% PET

Victoria:Victoria2

Curvilinear artistry weaves a tapestry across the floor in this refined broadloom that was “to the manor born.” Reaching its tendrils back to the lush Art Nouveau era, the foliate pattern of Buckingham looks effortlessly modern in its contemporary palette of tone-on-tone neutrals. 80% New Zealand Wool, 20% Nylon)

Amore:

Add an exciting shot of style with Chic graphic designs, statement-making color palettes and sensational shag construction. Amore broadloom is warm, inviting and irresistibly textured for an overall effect that is as cozy and comfortable as it is charismatic. Machine woven shag, 100% Polypropylene.
Visit Nourison in Booth S6413 at Surfaces.

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