Caravan Rug Corp. Introduces the England Collection

The prominent Beverly Hills rug company unveils a new line of handmade silk rugs.

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The England Collection from Caravan Modern

The England Collection from Caravan Modern

The designs evoke any number of visual possibilities, almost like a psychiatrist’s Rorschach test.

Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) February 28, 2014

The Caravan Rug Corp., long one of Beverly Hills’ leading rug emporia, announced today the arrival of the England Collection, the newest in a long line of fashion forward designer rug collections that have become Caravan’s hallmark. The England Collection consists of two new rugs (so far), the “Oxford” and the “Nottingham.” Both rugs possess utterly charming abstract designs that use bold and exciting color palettes. The designs evoke any number of visual possibilities, almost like a psychiatrist’s Rorschach test.

The England Collection is hand knotted in Nepal from 100% recycled silk, which makes them ecologically friendly as well as visually arresting. “These designs are inspired by the great abstract art of Europe and America,” explains Jay Nehouray, Caravan’s general manager. “We are very proud and lucky to have an amazing design team at Caravan, and with this collection they have really outdone themselves.” The England Collection can be seen at the Caravan main showroom in Beverly Hills or on their online store.

Caravan has been doing business from their Beverly Hills showroom (the largest in Southern California) for more than 30 years. In that time they’ve taken a leadership role in the areas of modern designer rugs as well as traditional Oriental carpets and antiques.

In addition to having the largest retail rug showroom in the Los Angeles area, Caravan is also a manufacturer and distributor of fine handmade area rugs. They supply their branded creations to a large network of dealers all over the country. Caravan owns several manufacturing centers in Afghanistan, Pakistan, India and Nepal, where these rugs are hand woven in the centuries-old method.