DALLAS–Loloi Rugs will debut two new designer collections at High Point Market, the result of new licensing agreements: a dynamic indoor/outdoor collection by designer Dann Foley and a classic traditional collection from Lady Henrietta Spencer-Churchill, an English interior designer and founder of Woodstock Designs. Both lines will be featured in Loloi’s showroom, IHFC #D-320.
Spencer-Churchill’s Kensington collection consists of handknotted rugs made of 100 percent bamboo silk, and the designs pay homage to traditional Persian rugs but have colors, design nuances and a sheen for today’s consumers. She will be at the showroom for a meet-and-greet on Monday, Oct. 21 and Tuesday, Oct. 22 from 1-3 p.m.
Foley’s Palm Springs collection has dynamic patterns and colors and is handhooked in China of 100 percent polypropylene. The line is specially treated to be fade-resistant in spite of regular sunshine and rain.
“Loloi Rugs has continued to gain momentum in this category, and now we have caught the eye of some of the industry’s most renowned and respected designers,” said Amir Loloi, company founder and CEO. “It is very exciting to work with the talents of Dann Foley, who brings his fresh, innovative designs to our rug collection, and Lady Henrietta Spencer–Churchill, who has such a classic, inspired eye for traditional design that looks stunning in our rug line. This will truly be a market to remember at Loloi.”