Angela Rose, creator of Angela Rose Home, will debut her pillow and rug collaboration with Loloi at the 2022 Fall High Point Market.
Dallas – Loloi has announced its newest collaboration with interior enthusiast Angela Rose, creator of Angela Rose Home, to launch at this week’s High Point Market. The debut of the Angela Rose x Loloi line includes several rug collections and pillow designs with Rose’s penchant for accessible designs and comfortable collections.
For the collaboration’s first season, the Angela Rose x Loloi line will debut three rug collections that offer a range of materials, constructions and styles, all at affordable price points. The initial rug collections include:
- Aubrey is a collection reminiscent of vintage design, featuring warm color palettes and distressed patterns for a lived-in feeling on this printed construction.
- The Blake collection draws inspiration from antique rug designs and offers a mix of distressed and traditional motifs. With muted color palettes, a soft pile and durability, this collection is meant to be a versatile addition to any space.
- Colton is a durable and textured collection that offers a take on the jute rug, including a variety of neutral and linear patterns.
The collaboration will also include almost a dozen initial pillow designs that will complement the rug collections and feature a range of prints, sizes and materials.
“Angela is a fearless home décor enthusiast and content creator, and she has such a passionate and loyal fan base,” said Cyrus Loloi, principal. “We are so excited to bring her enthusiasm for great design, comfort and easy styling to this debut collection, which we truly believe has something for everyone.”
The new line will make its debut at the fall High Point Market in Loloi’s showroom located in the International Home Furnishings Center, sapce D-320. Market visitors will have a chance to meet Rose and see the collection during Loloi’s Sundaes and Scoops ice cream social at 2-4 p.m., on Saturday, Oct. 22.
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