Jaipur Rugs to display designer rugs line at Ambiente
Posted: Jun 17 2014
Jaipur Rugs to display their latest addition ‘The designer Luli Sanchez Rugs Collection’ to Ambiente India, leading trade fair for India’s interior décor and home accessories market (19th June – 21st June 2014).
After garnering unparalleled success in the American market, Jaipur Rugs is proud to debut this designer rug collection at Ambiente India (B -18, Hall 10)
Jaipur Rugs has forged a licensing partnership with Cuban artist and designer Lourdes "Luli" Sanchez to develop a new line of area rugs inspired by the watercolor artist's portfolio of works. The collection made its debut at this year’s April High Point Market in Atlanta. En Casa by Luli for Jaipur Rugs, won an award for the best new Licensee category at 2014 America's Magnificent Carpets Awards at Atlanta.
“Luli Sanchez collection by Jaipur Rugs is fun, vivacious and brings a fresh take on typical rug design. Ambiente India 2014 will be a perfect podium for showcasing our wide collection of rugs and uncovering an extensive range of innovations in home décor and interior accessories”, said Yogesh Chaudhary, Director – Jaipur Rugs.
The collection is full of colors and patterns in big and bold styles and includes many options, from abstract patterns to floral designs, ideal to fit in every space of home.
About Luli Sanchez
Based in Brooklyn, NY and Merida, Yucatan, Luli Sanchez has designed prints for the fashion industry for more than 18 years before starting her own studio in 2004. Her works vary widely between modern & fresh and warm & classic. Sanchez's paintings have been purchased and used by the likes of Kate Spade, Anthropologie, Tory Burch and many more.
About Jaipur Rugs
Jaipur Rugs is the leading manufacturer of hand knotted carpets in India. With a network of over 40,000 artisans, Jaipur Rugs follows an innovative social business model which puts emphasis on empowering marginalized communities by providing sustainable livelihood to artisans spread across 600 villages and 6 states in India.