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Summit Rug was featured in Rug News and Design on May 17, 2015 following the ICFF Show at Javits, NYC. This is what Marjorie Hill had to say:
“Summit Rug shows off their completely custom line of rugs. Here are their two new patterns – geometric in design, but rendered in soft and elegant grays – a beautiful foundation to build any kind of interior composition.”
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You can feel it in the air—it’s that time of year again: the blossoms, the chirping birds and the warm temperatures. It’s time to think: Modern Day Ready Rugs! A full season of vacations, adventures and great memories are ahead. What better way to celebrate than by replacing those retro-fitted rugs with some fresh, modern day carpets that possess the unique look and feel of Springtime. With blooming colors such as oxide red, chalk white and cadmium yellow, you’re sure to make more than just waves in the summer heat. Modern Day Ready Rugs.
Looking to customize your rug? Here at Summit Rug, you can take full control of your design and tell us what shape, color, size and fabric you have in mind. Send us your specs, inspiration, color samples or drawings. We are able to create your dream carpet based on your unique vision.
An important message to our business owners/operators/fashion designers, who are looking to bring corporate branding to the business location: Whatever the application, we’ve made a custom rug for it to spec. Now let us make custom rugs for you!
Starting in the 1920s and continuing through today, different Navajo rug designs were named for their respective regions of origin. This is accomplished through the many clues hidden within the actual design, but not every Navajo rug design is named for its region. Rugs such as Sand Painting, Two Faced and Twill Weave are examples of Navajo rugs you’ll find here at Summit Rug. These handmade and traditional Navajo rug patterns make truly wonderful heirlooms. Not only are they durable and legendary, their designs and colors are timeless. Native American rugs have been central to many design movements over the ages, including the much loved American Arts and Crafts movement. Express your inner affinity to tribal connections by owning one of these indigenous designs carpets.