Nourison Donates Luxury Carpet from Architectural Digest Show to Kips Bay Boys and Girls Club

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Nourison is pleased to announce the donation of a special custom carpet made for the entrance of the Architectural Digest Home Design Show to the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club. The carpet will first be on display in the front entrance of the Show from March 20-23rd, at Pier 54 in New York City.

The luxury carpet, measuring 22’ x 55’ was designed and developed by Linda Jacobs and the rest of the Nourison design team and manufactured on Nourison’s state-of-the-art 16-color Axminister looms with ultra-plush, 3-ply construction of 80% premium wool and 20% nylon. The pattern on the carpet was inspired by tattoo art and includes ombre effects and deep hand carving.

“We are pleased that our carpet will be put to good use after the ADHD Show at Kips Bay Boys and Girls Club,” said Alex Peykar, Principal of Nourison. “The quality is similar to what we create for 5-star hotels and other discerning institutions.”

Visit Nourison at Booth #419 at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show to see the custom carpet as well as experience some of the company’s luxury area rugs, carpets and home accessories.

About Nourison

Nourison is a leading global floor covering company that produces extensive collections of almost every category of rugs and high-end carpets. A fully vertically integrated company, Nourison oversees almost every aspect of the manufacturing process from wool spinning to dyeing, weaving and finishing. Supported by an unparalleled dealer system, Nourison has become the leading multi-product resource in the floor covering industry in the United States and Europe with permanent showrooms in New Jersey, New York, Atlanta, Las Vegas, High Point and Zurich. For further details, visit www.nourison.com.

About Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club

Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club mission is to enrich and enhance the quality of life of young people by provided educational and developmental programs, with special emphasis on youngsters between ages 6 – 18 who come from disadvantaged or disenfranchised circumstances.

 

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