Issue Date: 2018 SEPTEMBER, Posted On: 9/30/2018

092922018 Surya To Unveil Fashion Driven Rug Collections & Accessories for Fall High Point Market

Surya's robust High Point intros span all accessories categories, decorating styles and price points, including more than a dozen debuting rug collections. Designs from the machine woven Bahar range pictured above.

ATLANTA  -- As fall High Point Market approaches, Surya is announcing the addition of over 1,000 new accessories this season. The Surya showroom, located at Showplace 4100, will display these new and expanded collections alongside hundreds of top sellers and customer favorites in styles ranging from traditional to modern to bohemian and more. 
"As a customer-centric design company, we select our accessories with our customers in mind first," said Satya Tiwari, president of Surya. "We use our passion for good design to uncover the emerging trends within every lifestyle and apply that information to provide you with the best quality accessories in a wide range of styles and price points. This is all done with the goal of making inspired, personalized living environments for all lifestyles." 
Here is a selection of new rugs High Point Market attendees will be able to see in the Surya showroom:
Surya's Alpine collection is machine woven in updated traditional and modern designs of varying shades of blue paired with cream and brown touches.
Machine woven in distressed, updated traditional designs with blues, grays, golds, and rust color palettes the Amalie collection by Surya provides a classic look with a modern twist.
Surya updates traditional center medallion, Oushak and bordered designs in the Ararat collection which is machine woven in blue, orange, yellow and gray color palettes.
Machine woven with high-low texture and grid lines in traditional, Moroccan and modern designs, the Bahar collection by Surya in ever-popular blue-and-white and black-and-white palettes.
Buenos Aires
Surya introduces Buenos Aires hand-crafted hair on hide rugs with shaped edges and navy blended among the dark brown animal hairs. A black and white colorway with metallic silver accents is also available.
Farmhouse Tassels
The Farmhouse Tassels collection by Surya introduces hand woven, bohemian designs in colorways of neutrals paired with blue, black and gray for a contemporary appeal, while the high-low textured surface and long, 5-inch fringe add visual interest.
The aptly named Hygge collection by Surya is hand woven in neutral colors with high-low textures in traditional Nordic patterns. Coordinating poufs are also available for this collection.
For the debuting machine-woven Milano collection, Surya creates abstract and updated traditional patterns in subdued color palettes with a high low texture for a modern luxury look.
The Mumbai collection by Surya premieres with ,achine woven s distressed updated traditional and bohemian patterns in trendy colorways ranging from simple black and white to bold yellows and purples, as well as black and bright orange ombre looks. 
Hand-hooked with both bold and subdued color palettes in updated traditional designs, Surya's new Panapat collection is made of 100% wool. 
Surya's Patagonia collection of  hand-crafted hair on hide rugs features designs in varying shades of gray or beige with a cream border.
Inspired by concrete murals worn over time, the machine woven  Quatro collection has a gray base with contrasting color and harsh distressed effects that resemble brushstrokes.
Surya adds new colorways to top-selling designs in the Cappadocia collection which is hand-knotted with 100% wool in low pile, traditional center medallion designs, and updated palettes with fringe details. 
Another new collection, Napels, is hand woven with a blend of viscose, wool and cotton in neutral and brown, diamond lattice patterns with braided texture.
Surya's High Point showroom will be open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., beginning Friday, Oct. 12. Market attendees can schedule a personal, customized tour with a Surya sales specialist at surya.com/market-registration.

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