J+J Flooring grows rugs with ready-to-ship program

Home Commercial J+J Flooring grows rugs with ready-to-ship program

rugsDalton—Expanding on its recently launched custom rug program, J+J Flooring is debuting a stock rug program featuring 8 x 10-foot rugs in seven styles with an array of color choices, which provide a total of 17 rugs ready to ship as part of the program.

“Having this variety of patterns and colors in a ready-to-ship rug program means designers and end-users don’t have to wait to implement their designs and upgrades to their spaces,” said JD Lineberger, commercial rug sales manager, J+J Rugs. “The shift to hard surfaces in corporate interiors and mixed use spaces has increased the need for an easy solution to provide softness in a space—the J+J rug programs fulfill that need nicely.”

Most rugs in the collection feature hand-tufted construction made with 100% New Zealand wool, while a select few are constructed with a 50/50 blend of wool and nylon, which provides added luster and sheen. The patterns range from geometric to subtle waves inspired by nature to more solid with modest color variations. Patterns are designed to work within a wide range of spaces. All rugs come with a hand-serged edge and are ADA compliant with a Class 1 Certification. In addition, any of these styles are available for customized colors or sizes to meet the design intent for your project.

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