Surya debuting hundreds of products during market
June 28, 2017 - table lamp
Rug and home décor manufacturer Surya will crawl hundreds of new rugs and accessories during this week’s Atlanta International Gift Home Furnishings Market.
Fresh machine-made and handmade rugs reflecting classical to complicated designs as good as lamps from minimalist to glam will be displayed alongside globally-inspired pillows and contemporary mirrors during a Surya showroom, AmericasMart 11-A-1.
“New trends and developments in a pattern routine are attack a home conform space any day,” pronounced Lynne Meredith, clamp boss of product growth during Surya. “Our idea is to envision these trends and move to marketplace products that will give a business a rival corner for their business – this can be seen in a new introductions during Atlanta Market.”
Surya newest additions to a flourishing lighting collection of some-more than 600 table, charge and building lamps include:
- Gabrial: The clear bottom with a immature and lead gold, marbleized physique and bullion drum shade yield play and loftiness to this list lamp.
- Lennon: The sandblasted engravings of a list lamp’s physique give an fugitive nonetheless refreshing, antique Southwestern aesthetic.
- Nash: A simple, gray ceramic physique with white linen drum shade creates this list flare suitable for normal to industrial to complicated spaces.
- Turnbury: Traditional character list lamps accessible in 3 colors with 3D flower and vine sum on a flare bodies.
Updating and expanding undying designs to constraint a latest trends, Surya’s new carpet collections include:
- Alexa: Hand-woven rugs with jute and viscose in kaleidoscopic tones with a beige bottom and chenille accents in 5 colorways.
- Crafty: Nineteen machine-made rugs cross-woven with a string subsidy for soft-texture in normal core insignia and bordered patterns of abounding reds and blues total with soothing yellows, greens and neutral cream with fringing.
- Ephesians: Updated traditional, machine-made rugs with core insignia and limit patterns in a renouned clear orange and cold blue palette, offset by neutral creams and ivory with self-fringe accents for a vintage, unsettled effect.
- Glimmer: Catering to a monochromatic and black and white trends, these machine-made rugs have varying shades of gray with aqua accents in modern, painterly designs done of a silky polyester chronicle that creates a shimmery finish.
- Molana: Hand-loomed rugs in a low pile, cut-and-loop construction with 100% Tencel, formulating a rarely durable, sleek glaze in neutral browns, beiges and grays.
- Pisces: Hand-tufted of nap and viscose, this colorful, medium-pile carpet collection has a modern, marbleized pattern of capricious blues, enterprising pinks and a relaxed teal with an antique rinse in a sleek sheen.
- Santa Monica: Modern, machine-made rugs in cold pastels churned with comfortable grays in abstract, geometric patterns with graphic carvings.
- Technicolor: Modern collection facilities 20 multi-textural, hand-tufted rugs as good as pillows and poufs in designs trimming from geometric to painterly to tellurian to abstract. The bold, smart tone palettes emanate a fun, enterprising aesthetic.
Surya continues to enhance a textiles difficulty with many new pillows and poufs that coordinate with a rugs. New sham collections include:
- Francesco: Made of 100% string and accessible in dual patterns and 3 colorways any with coordinating pillows and poufs in Moroccan tile designs of blues, oranges and pinks.
- Migramah: To put a turn on a normal aesthetic, a sham collection facilities pale colors of sage, taupe and cream in an perplexing macramé with knife-edge weaving.
- Thames: Woven of 100% recycled fabric in a colorful, a pillows have a Southwestern pattern of blues, greens, pinks, and reds.
The latest additions to Surya’s collection of some-more than 150 mirrors include:
- Arial: The round counterpart has framed with a medium-density fiberboard in champagne or bronze colorways.
- Beckett: The beveled counterpart has a bullion support and pattern that is suggestive of a 1920’s art deco style.