03182017 Creative Matters to Exhibit Luxury Carpets at Domotex Asia/Chinafloor
CREATIVE MATTERS TO EXHIBIT LUXURY CARPETS AT DOMOTEX ASIA/CHINAFLOOR
On display at Domotex Asia/Chinafloor in Shanghai, Dream in Gold and Silver from Creative Matters' XXV Collection is woven in wool and silk.
TORONTO, Canada -- Supplier of custom floor and wallcoverings firm for designers to prestigious retail and hotel brands and embassies, Creative Matters will unveil its fair trade carpets for the first time at Domotex Asia/Chinafloor, March 21 to 23, 2017.
A leading flooring trade exhibition in the Asia-Pacific region, the event will be held at Shanghai New International Expo Centre, Pudon. Creative Matters will exhibit at Stand #W5 J20 -- Luxury Brands.
CREATIVE MATTERS + FAIR TRADE
"We're thrilled to be exhibiting for the first time at Domotex Asia and look forward to introducing our Canadian designs to such a significant and growing market," said Sebert. "We're also excited to share more information about the fair trade conditions under which our products are produced. The provenance of our contemporary handwoven rugs is not only important to all of us at Creative Matters but to a growing number of discerning designers, architects and consumers worldwide."
Hand knotted of wool and silk, Frozen Bloom-Aqua from the Creative Matters XXV Collection will be on show at Domotex Asia/Chinafloor.
CUSTOM DESIGN + MANUFACTURE
Selected Creative Matters custom projects in Asia include: Gucci stores, worldwide; Lane Crawford department store, Beijing and Shanghai; Louis Vuitton boutiques, Hong Kong and Macau and Paris; Mount Nicholson luxury housing, Hong Kong; Lotte shopping destination, Seoul.
Other international projects featuring Creative Matters rugs are: St. Regis hotel, Mexico and San Francisco; Canada House Canadian consulate (29 rugs), London; Bergdorf Goodman luxury department store, New York; Tom Ford fashion boutique, Worldwide; Park Hyatt hotel, New York; Printemps department store, Paris.
Creative Matters rug collections, including 150 designs and colorways, are hand knotted under fair trade conditions using Tibetan wool and pure Chinese silk by the firm's mills in Nepal. The firm's rugs are carried by a growing number of premium retailers internationally.