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Zollanvari: Tiger Collection
Zollanvari: Tiger Collection
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07.04.2022

Theo Keller / Tom Tailor: Chillin’ with Funky Outdoor

Theo Keller / Tom Tailor: Chillin’ with Funky Outdoor
What, the nice Persian rug out on the patio? An ikat carpet out on the balcony? No problem! The Tom Tailor Home’s new Funky Outdoor line of carpets don’t mind the sun and rain. These machine-made carpets are of durable, UV-resistant polypropylene and polyester fibres so they are quick-drying, and clean easily with just a damp cloth. Available in timeless classic models and in contemporary graphic designs in a range of colours, these carpets can fit in with any setting. And besides looking great indoors too, of course, they are even suitable for underfloor heating. Theo Keller has a large inventory of carpets from the Funky Outdoor collection in stock in the typical dimensions.
07.04.2022

W. Heino: Skins for cosy living

W. Heino: Skins for cosy living
Skins have been enjoying great popularity for several years now, used as cushion covers, for seat pads and as carpeting. And no wonder, being so warm and cuddly ... as real products of nature. These popular products fit very well with the modern Scandinavian style as home living accessories, but also look great with traditional interiors, and go with the hip “loft” look as well.

Founded all the way back in 1747, W. Heino is an owner-managed family firm with a broad product portfolio, offering a complete range of skin products since 1886. It’s no accident that the company’s headquarters is in Schneverdingen, in northern Germany’s heath region, where there is a tradition of trading in the skins of specially bred local sheep. In response to rising demand the company changed its business model to all-imported, purchasing tanned skins of New Zealand sheep and Brazilian cattle.

Proprietor Christoph Heino runs the business today, keeping a warehouse full of skins and lambskin rugs in natural tones and the latest trendy colours, offering special sizes and shapes as well.
07.04.2022

Zollanvari: Tiger Collection

Zollanvari: Tiger Collection
The formidable Caspian tiger, which once roamed the northern provinces of Iran. Extinct now for around 50 years, Zollanvari Studio is commemorating the big cat in its colourful Tiger Collection, launched on July 29th – International Tiger Day. The beasts are traditionally depicted on the super-fine Gabbeh carpets, with a wild expressiveness. These impressive collection items will be available in four colours from March 2022, the Tiger 2 shown here in blue.
07.04.2022

Comfy natural look

Comfy natural look
In recent years people have been looking at the home as a place of personal refuge moreso than ever before. And attractive interior decor contributes to a feeling of well-being – textiles and carpets in particular lending everything a warmer, more comfortable feel.

Peyer-Syntex, purveyor of a wide range of home textiles and accessories, has a new carpet collection for 2022 named “Ylva”, characterised by restrained natural colours and timeless graphic designs. Heat-set frisé yarn made of polypropylene, the rugs have a pleasantly soft feel with a pile height of eight millimetres. The rugs fit well into any room with dimensions ranging from 67 x 133 cm up to 240 x 340 cm. The collection includes carpet runners available in three widths with custom length, perfect for hallways and bedrooms. These are delivered individually to retailers, or sent directly to the consumer buyer.
07.04.2022

Tom Tailor Home: Carpets across Berlin

Tom Tailor Home: Carpets across Berlin
Tom Tailor has teamed up with Berlin-based artist Fabienne Meyer, aka “Bings”, to create the new Handtuft Collection. Instead of doing the regular studio photoshoot, they went out to the homes of the designer and of five interior design bloggers. The photos from the latest campaign – managed by Benjamin Stewner, head of Brand Transfer GmbH – show Bings’ new and instagrammable carpet collection looking really chic. Tom Tailor Home has put Stewner and his team in charge of its ‘Global Concept, Marketing & Sales’.
05.01.2022

Stäubli: Latest technologies for future challenges

International rug manufacturers are constantly launching new collections. Whether noble, original, classic or modern, the designs have one thing in common: weavers must pay attention to the efficiency of their production means in order to survive in today's market. In the field of machine-woven rugs, Stäubli has secured its place in the production halls of renowned rug manufacturers with its Alpha rug weaving systems.

Now Stäubli is presenting its latest weaving system, the Alpha 560 Universal. It features new technologies and is designed to bring benefits to weaving mills that help to increase efficiency and thus productivity. The system allows a weaving width of 5.3 m and thus the simultaneous weaving of different (design and size) rugs in order to optimally meet market demands. Rug manufacturers and designers benefit from the versatility of design options, including cut pile and flat-weave, patterning on the ground, weft patterning as well as reverse, sisal and also high pile.

In addition, the ease of operation and high reliability is said to provide weavers with a pleasant production atmosphere. This face-to-face carpet weaving system from Stäubli not only features many technological highlights, but is also accompanied by intensive Stäubli services that include clear pre-purchase advice, training before weaving, services even years after purchase. The Alpha 560 Universal is the result of continuous development, designed to offer weavers the latest technologies for future challenges.
05.01.2022

Trend forward, foldable & eco-friendly

Trend forward, foldable & eco-friendly
Thanks an innovative flat-woven construction, Balta Home‘s Esprit rugs are foldable and very light-weight; ideal for online selling ond compact storage instore. Every Esprit rug features a well-balanced, on-trend design in black and beige colour hues.

The flat-woven Palma rug collection is inspired by beaches, waving palm trees and tropical sunsets, and will add a cosy holiday vibe to every room, terrace or patio. The collection features a wide variety of multicoloured in- and outdoor rugs. The Esprit and Palma rugs are all made of UV-stabilized, non-shedding and hard-wearing high-quality polypropylene yarn.

Reduce is Balta Home‘s sustainable QA-CER certified rug collection. Every Reduce rug of 160 x 230 cm contains 92 recycled half-litre plastic bottles what makes this rugs an eco-friendly altenative when looking for an affordable trendy and durable rug. Reduces rugs are foldable and very light weight.
05.01.2022

Peyer-Syntex: Functional and fashionable

Peyer-Syntex: Functional and fashionable
New qualities, exciting article and colour worlds as well as familiar articles in new designs and colours characterise the new 2022 collection from Peyer-Syntex. For example, the extremely durable Mira carpets: these very practical carpets, equipped with an additional anti-slip function, are made with an extremely robust fabric on the surface, which is intended to ensure a high level of living comfort both indoors and outdoors. The material is also antibacterial and opens up a fashionable as well as practical alternative for use in numerous living areas such as the kitchen, hallways, balcony or terrace, in mobile homes or caravans, in camping areas or in children's rooms, and even in the bathroom as a bath mat or bathroom rug.

Mira is easy to clean and can be cut to the desired shape. Peyer-Syntex promises fast delivery even for small quantities, as well as direct shipping to the end customer as part of the logistics offer.
05.01.2022

Zollanvari: Dreamtime Chants

Zollanvari: Dreamtime Chants
The fusion of south Persian tribal aesthetics, Aborigine ‘soul’ paintings and contemporary artistic movements in particular Spatialism is at the heart of the Dreamtime Chants Collection created by Zollanvari Studio, a collection developed for Zollanvari‘s 75th Anniversary.
05.01.2022

Zollanvari: Traces

Zollanvari: Traces
The concept behind the new Traces collection from Zollanvari emerged from many sources - from primitive tribal art to modern minimalist paintings and sculpture by way of Chinese and Japanese ink paintings with a nod to prehistoric cave paintings. The simplicity of this collection using undyed wool in natural colours, or a minimal number of colours, marries archaic art and the contemporary desire for sobriety and purity.

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