Million-point rugs add volume with value

Wyman, Lissa
October 2003
Furniture/Today;10/27/2003, Vol. 28 Issue 8, p37
Trade Publication
Reports on the trend towards high-density construction for rugs. Suitability of high-density construction for intricate designs with ornate Persian and European styling; Couristan's introduction of two 1.5-million point collections; Mastercraft's million-point polypropylene collection; Orian Rugs' high-density line; Carpet-Art-Deco's manufacture of tightly woven products.


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