03152017 Ralph Lauren Home to Introduce Mulholland Drive Collection in High Point
RALPH LAUREN HOME TO INTRODUCE NEW MULHOLLAND DRIVE RUG COLLECTION IN HIGH POINT
The Dufrene design, available in three colorways from Ralph Lauren Home is part of a 15-rug Mulholland Drive floorcovering collection debuting next month at High Point Market.
NEW YORK -- Ralph Lauren Home announces the introduction of the Mulholland Drive floorcovering collection with 15 rugs to be unveiled at High Point Market at the Ralph Lauren showroom, space 121 at Historic Market Square.
Mulholland Drive's patterns and palette are interpreted in high quality silk, linen and wool yarns and hand-knotted in India or Nepal. Inspired by the opulence of Hollywood glamour and the understated elegance of California style, the Mulholland Drive collection is a curated assortment of rugs in a neutral palette and featuring luxe textures. Subtle tones of oyster, sand, bronze and charcoal speak to both classic style and versatility, while hints of luminous silk add an element of glamour. Deco motifs and geometric patterns exemplify modernity, while abstract snakeskin and a tonal herringbone are a celebration of sophistication.
Jazz Age from the Mulholland Drive floorcovering collection by Ralph Lauren Home is offered in Sterling and Oyster (shown) colorways.
Ralph Lauren Home will also introduce the Rhinelander Collection with two additions to a collection of antique reproductions inspired by the signature Persian rugs that adorn the historic Rhinelander Mansion, home to the Ralph Lauren Men's Flagship at 867 Madison Avenue.
The new Gawsworth and Canterbury rugs boast ornate floral motifs, abstract medallions or palmette patterns in palettes of rich garnet and stately navy, expertly hand-knotted in the finest wools.
The Ralph Lauren Home floorcovering collection features an array of styles inspired by time-honored traditions around the world to tell distinctive stories, from including hand-knotted Persian rugs complementing the sensibility of an English estate, to lustrous Art Deco velvets for a modern penthouse, or sun-faded flat weaves with a rustic American West appeal.