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Nourison Takes Home a 2022 Pinnacle Award for Scroll Rug

Nourison was among the winners of the ISFD's 26th annual Pinnacle Awards for its new limited edition Scroll area rug.

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a gray rug with a design like antique scrolls by Nourison
Nourison's limited edition Scroll rug earned the company a prestigious Pinnacle Award. Scroll features a
hand-tufted ground, shaped edges and hand-carved details.

HIGH POINT, N.C. -- Nourison was among the winners celebrated at the International Society of Furniture Designers (ISFD)'s prestigious annual Pinnacle Awards, which announced the recipients at a reception held Oct. 24.

Nourison, among the four Floor Coverings finalists, earned the award for its Scroll rug, a limited edition design introduced at High Point Market, which kicked off on Oct. 22. Scroll pays homage to the classic art of parchment crafting, featuring a multi-toned gray design framed by artistically shaded edges that seem to curl from the hand-tufted ground. This area rug is made from a blend of New Zealand wool and silky Luxcelle and finished with hand-carved accents for depth. Available in two sizes (8x10 and 9x12), the Scroll rug includes 50 pieces per size for a total of 100 pieces in total. Each rug will also have an individually carved unit number at the bottom corner.

The awards ceremony, held at Nido and Mariana Qubein Arena and Conference Center at High Point University, honored the winners from 20 competitive design categories. This year’s theme “Creating Tomorrow’s Homes” focused on the styles, forms, finishes, and functionality of the furnishings that will be part of our future lives. 

“At the annual Pinnacle Awards celebration, we recognize the creative designers whose work is brought to life by manufacturers and then introduced into our homes by retailers and interior designers,” stated John Conrad, ISFD executive director. “This celebration also provided an excellent opportunity for designers, manufacturers, and retailers to network and reconnect with friends, colleagues, and industry veterans as they experience first-hand the award-winning designs created for tomorrow’s homes.”

The evening’s festivities included co-Master of Ceremonies Libby Langdon, interior design icon, author, product designer, and makeover television personality.

The judging panel included an influential mix of high-profile industry leaders and innovators: Andrea Banda, vice president of merchandising, Rooms To Go; Michelle Castagna, president, IFDA Florida Chapter; Sco Coley, independent product designer and ISFD Board Member; Diane Falvey, editor in chief, Furniture, Lighting & Décor; Jonsara Ruth, design director, Healthy Materials Lab, associate professor, Interior Designs, Parsons School of Design; Andrea Lillo, executive editor, Designers Today; Lewis Mabon, independent product designer and ISFD Board Member; Kristen Moonjian, director of home interiors + design, Fashion Snoops; Jennifer Nu, senior furniture buyer, Rooms To Go Baby, Kids & Teen; Chris Rayle, VP case goods product development, Rooms To Go; Katherine Shoaf, director of merchandising and sales, Radiate Textiles; Julie Talbert, merchandiser stylist, P/Kaufmann; Marcia Weiss, director of the Fashion & Textiles Future Center, director of Textiles Future Center, director of the Textile Design Programs and the Harold Neuman Textile design chair at Philadelphia University and Thomas Jefferson University.26th annual Pinnacle Awards for its new limited edition Scroll area rug.
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