2nd annual boutique rug show will be held in NYC

2nd annual boutique rug show will be held in NYC

The second annual Cover Connect boutique rug show will be held this September at the Metropolitan Pavilion, last year’s event, shown here, was held at the Altman Building in September 2021.

NEW YORK – The second annual boutique trade show for handmade rug companies is welcoming 22 brands to this year’s event.

“We are excited to be expanding Cover Connect New York and to be working with a fantastic group of brands that will provide buyers with the ideal opportunity to source and compare a wide range of the best rugs available in New York,” said David Young, Hali Publications Ltd. sales and marketing director. “We look forward to welcoming back all our exhibitors from the 2021 edition and to hosting another optimal industry event in central Manhattan.”

Young said the select group of companies confirmed to exhibit have been expertly curated to offer buyers an expansive range of the best rugs available.

Exhibitors include Anadol Rugs, Battilossi, Caravan, Creative Matters, Creative Touch, Design Material Inc., French Accents, Harcourt Collection, Jaipur Living, Kirkit, Knots Rugs, Lapchi, New Moon, Pampas Leather, Rug & Kilim, Samad, Stark Studio Rugs, Sumaq Alpaca, Tamarian, Tissage, Wool & Silk Rugs and Zollanvari

All 12 companies that exhibited in the inaugural edition of the show at The Altman Building in September 2021 are returning to the 2022 edition, hosted by Cover Magazine, to be held at a larger venue.

Pampas Leather, Wool & Silk, Tissage, Harcourt Collection, Creative Touch, Jaipur Living, Stark Studio Rugs and Zollanvari are among the new additions, exhibiting at Cover Connect New York for the first time in 2022.

Registration to visit Cover Connect New York is open now at www.coverconnectnewyork.com/register-2022. The event takes place Sept. 11-13 at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Manhattan.

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