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KAS Rugs Releases 2022 Full Line Catalogs

KAS Rugs has announced three new catalogs featuring its 2022 full rug line, Outdoor & Easy-Care assortment and Store Only Collections. The 2022 Full Catalog is available exclusively online at www.kasrugs.com, where customers can also access the Outdoor & Store Only mini-catalogs for online viewing.

The 2022 full Catalog opens with a Collection Size Guide followed by a Room Size Guide, to make buying decisions easier based on room size. Over 60 collections follow featuring Shags, Outdoor Rugs, Traditional and the largest offering in Transitional designs. Included is the company’s story and partnership with renowned HGTV designer Libby Langdon portrayed through her indoor and outdoor rugs. The catalog has over 200 pages filled with color, design, inspiration, helpful cleaning tips and more.

KAS Rugs offers six outdoor rug collections that will make outdoor living fashionable, functional and versatile. To follow the growth of the outdoor rug category, the company expanded its vibrant and classic outdoor collections that are now available in multiple textures and stain-resistant flatweaves. These easy-care rugs, now exceeding will bring a touch of elegance to any living space, indoors or out.

Beautifully portrayed in the Store Only Collections mini-catalog, KAS offers eight collections exclusively to retail stores, featuring stunning machine made, hand loomed and shag rugs.

“We are thankful for our partners in success with our continued growth and are delighted to share these easily accessible catalogs with our customers. These books are as beautiful as they are functional, and we at KAS hope all customers, new and old, appreciate what it has to offer. We have decided to launch our full catalog this year exclusively online to make it more accessible to a US and global audience who are looking for home décor inspiration. COVID taught us all that home décor crosses borders and can better serve all when easily accessible,” said Santhi Yarlagadda, vice president of e-commerce and business development.



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