Karastan returns to High Point Market

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High Point MarketSugar Valley, Ga.—Karastan Rugs is returning to High Point Market where its destination showroom will feature the latest styles and appearances from celebrities and leaders of designs, including the Scott brothers Jonathan and Drew, Bobby Berk and Stacy Garcia. As a staple on the market floor, Karastan Rugs’ impressive 23,000-square-foot showroom allows attendees to view the total breath of products offered, from the highest-end rugs to bath and doormats. In addition to on-trends fashions, Karastan Rugs said it invites attendees to celebrate in the showroom with three days of star-studded events.

“The Karastan Rugs showroom was designed with our customers’ comfort in mind,” said Jeff Seagle, director of design, Mohawk Home. “We wanted to create an engaging space where our products set the tone. We work very hard to bring every collection to life, many with leading designers, such as Jonathan and Drew, Bobby Berk and Stacy Garcia. The Karastan Rugs showroom also allows us to host coveted design experiences for attendees. It is one thing for a rug to be on display, but it becomes an elevated experience when attendees can speak with the designer about their design philosophy and how they bring their rugs to life.”

About the designers

Taking inspiration from every step of their design journeys, celebrity television personalities and designers Drew and Jonathan Scott said they partnered with Karastan Rugs to create multiple collections with every consumer in mind. From luxurious yet accessible pieces to durable outdoor rugs that add polish to any space, the Scott brothers create rugs that consumers will make memories on for a lifetime, according to the company. Karastan Rugs said it extends an invite to High Point Market attendees to join the Scott brothers and “House Beautiful’s” Hadley Keller on Saturday, Oct. 22 at 3 p.m. for a lively and interactive conversation on feeling your best at home.

As an established forecaster of color and design trends, internationally renowned designer Stacy Garcia’s signature designs bring an unparalleled layering of color and pattern to Karastan Rugs, empowering consumers to mix and match for a colorful lifestyle, according to the company. During High Point Market, Stacy Garcia will be hosting a lively cocktail hour in the Karastan Rugs showroom on Monday, Oct. 24 at 3 p.m., where guests will be able to mingle with the renowned designer as she previews her new introductions.

As the resident design guru on the hit show “Queer Eye,” Bobby Berk has quickly become a design leader in the home furnishing industry. His collaborative collection, Bobby Berk by Karastan, features a mixture of his hip, urban style mixed with Karastan Rugs’ craftmanship. Karastan Rugs invites guests to its showroom on Sunday, Oct. 23 at 3:00 p.m. for signature cocktails, music and product giveaways as Karastan Rugs presents his newest introduction.

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