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S&H Rugs Returns to HPMKT, Showcases Rug Design Acumen with Latest Introductions

S&H Rugs heads back to High Point Market, in the Suites at Market Square, after a hiatus and showcases a range of on point hand-knotted area rugs in a wide array of styles.

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Among the S&H Rugs' debuts is the Painter's Palette design (sh75442), hand-knotted of sari silk, featuring pops of
pink, green, orange and more.

HIGH POINT, N.C. -- S&H Rugs returns to High Point Market in SAMS space M-1015, after a two year break, featuring an all new lineup of hand-knotted 2024 rugs which will be featured at market

"This coming market looks promising and we've got quite a few appointments already," Ori Wilbush, founder, told RugNews.com. "We are very happy to show our face again after a two-year hiatus, meeting old friends and hopefully making some new ones too."

The New Jersey-based hand-knot specialist will feature a broad assortment of styles. Rug shoppers can expect everything from modern plaid designs to bold abstract looks and a range of updated traditional designs in some of S&H Rugs' most popular collections, Mamluk, Oushak and Sultanabad.

S&H Rugs debuts this updated Polonaise Czartoryski-inspired carpet with a Persian Isphahan design (sh75425),
hand-knotted with a zero pile.

"We carry different lines and collections from modern to transitional, always trying to 'reinvent the wheel' making it interesting but yet desirable and beautiful," Wilbush said. "It's all about color and we are noticing that green is trending higher these days."

S&H Rugs showcases its popular Sultanabad-inspired hand-knot with worn effect and zero pile. Shown, sh75443

Mamluk-inspired designs in fashion-forward palettes continue to trend at S&H Rugs, which adds sh75447, offering a field
rendered in tea green.
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