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December 13, 2012
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Capel Rugs debuted 8 new collections at High Point Market. These collections included 2 new shag rugs and new collections from Genevive Gorder.

Metro Retro Shag

Cosmopolitan and on-trend, our Metro Retro Shag lends a little glam wherever it goes. 100% polyester. Made in India. A 5’x 8’ rug may retail for $279.

Jazzy Shag

Jazzy Shag in powerful pops of color adds the “WOW” factor to living rooms, playrooms and beyond. 100% olefin. Made in Egypt. A 5.3’ x 7.8’ may retail for $169.

The Greek

"Classic and timeless, I wanted to take the Greek key beyond a border into an all over pattern. The color palette takes the ancient into today and style plays nicely with The Greek." –Genevieve Gorder. Custom sizes available. This rug is flat woven in India and is 100% wool. A  5’ x 8’ may retail for $629.

L'Alhambra

"When East meets West, amazing design happens. L'Alhambra rug is a marriage of the clean line and simplicity of western graphic design, meets the complexity and beauty of Eastern pattern." –Genevieve Gorder. Custom sizes available. This rug is flat woven in India and is 100% wool. A 5’ x 8’ may retail for $629.

Safari

Animal magnetism in exotic leopard and zebra make a striking statement in our new Safari collection. 100% wool. Made in India. A 5’ x 8’ rug may retail for $399.

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