|NEW MOON DEBUTS AT NY NOW, HIGHLIGHTS RUGS AND GROWING ASSORTMENT OF PILLOWS
New Moon Rugs debuts at home and gift fair NY Now and will highlight its hand-knotted rugs and growing assortment of pillows which feature designs based on its rug patterns. Pictured, Patagonia in earth from the new Terra collection.
NEW YORK -- New Moon Rugs, a maker of hand-knotted Tibetan rugs, will debut at NY Now, a twice annual home decor and gift fair running from Feb. 4-8 at the Jacob Javits Center.
"We are excited to be exhibiting for the first time," said Erika Kurtz, chief operating officer of the Delaware company. "We will be highlighting Patagonia from our Terra collection and Bali in silver/cobalt from the Casablanca collection, which is a new color for us.
New Moon adds a new silver and blue colorway to Bali, from the Casablanca collection, which it will highlight during NY Now.
"We are going to be debuting our rugs at NY Now and will also have a large display of our relatively new pillow collection," Kurtz told RugNews.com. "All of our pillows are rug designs that have been adapted and hand-screen printed on hand-woven fabrics."
Also joining New Moon at New York show for the first time is Jaipur Living (read story). The two brands join returning area rug vendors: Apadana Rugs, Bokara Rugs, Creative Touch, Eliko Antique & Decorative Rugs, F.J. Kashanian Rugs, Fab Habitat, Madisons, Mastour Fine Rugs, Pasargad Carpets, S&H Rugs and Saddlemans.
New Moon will bring its rather new pillow assortment with designs adapted from popular rug collections to NY Now. Shown, a hand-screen printed design based on its Mesa rug range.