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Liora Manné Introduces Dimension Rug Collection

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Liora Manné, a leader in the textile industry, known for blending art and technology to create original designs for floor coverings, fashion accessories and home furnishings is adding a new rug collection called Dimensions to her lifestyle brand. The collection merges elements of style and sophistication using the modern technique of computerized waterjets to cut designs into Liora Manné's signature fabrics. Dimensions rugs are available in three distinct patterns; the Kuba, the Wave and the Scallop. The Kuba's circular look can dress up any room of the house by combining the delicate look of a crocheted doily with the bold colors associated with Liora Manné's artistry. The Wave design is reminiscent of the ocean's perpetual currents, and the rectangular design of the Scallop pattern will add a fresh and contemporary look to any home. The colors featured in the collection range from brilliant reds and greens to the more neutral tones of buff and gray. "The Dimension collection combines traditional motifs and modern technology. These floor coverings make a quiet, yet powerful statement," says Manné. Liora Manné feels that the Dimensions collection is simpler and yet more versatile than some of the colorful and high-impact textile designs featured in her original Lamontage rugs. The designs translate well to both indoor and outdoor settings because of the material's high durability and fade-resistant qualities and can be used in a variety of decorative environments. The Dimensions collection is the latest extension to the Liora Manné lifestyle brand, which combines art and technology to create extraordinary, functional designs. About Liora Manné: Liora Manné moved from Jerusalem to Atlanta at the age of 16. She attended Georgia State University and then completed a masters program in textile design and engineering at North Carolina State University. Utilizing her degree, Manné moved to New York and began designing fabrics for the apparel industry, then in the early 1990's, started her own company that would soon be represented worldwide in homes of the elite. Her work can be found in museums such as the Museum of Modern Art and the Rubin Museum in Manhattan. The Liora Manné brand showcases her lifestyle concept in her showroom and store located in New York's trendy SOHO located at 91 Grand Street, which she opened in 2004. Liora Manne's textiles are manufactured in her West Chelsea factory in New York City, where specially trained workers produce the world's most elegant and enchanting rugs.

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