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Vaheed Taheri for SAMAD

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Vaheed Taheri for SAMAD | Samad Blog - A collaboration with designer Vaheed Taheri and the debut of our latest collection, Vaheed Taheri for SAMAD.
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Vaheed Taheri for SAMAD


We are thrilled to announce our recent collaboration with talented designer Vaheed Taheri and the debut of our latest collection, (http://www.samad.com/collection/vaheedtaheri.html) Vaheed Taheri for SAMAD.

 

Launched this past January in Hannover, Germany, we are excited to share this new and dynamic addition to SAMAD with you.

 

This exclusive collection of Contemporary and Transitional rugs seamlessly fuses together the age-old practice of carpet manufacturing with fine art.

 

Meet Vaheed Taheri:

Situated in the San Francisco Bay area, Vaheed Taheri design offers a varied selection of Classical, Contemporary and Transitional hand-woven luxury carpets as well as wall-to-wall carpets, sold exclusively to the trade.

 

(http://www.vaheedtaheri.com/) Vaheed Taheri, the award winning creative director of Vaheed Taheri design, has been responsible for producing top of the line handmade and designer carpets for the past twelve years. Acquiring a degree in textile design, Veheed has vast experience working in the carpet industry alongside many well-known carpet and textile designers.

 

His keen eye for color, deep understanding of the detailed rug-making process and strong passion for design, have inspired him to create some of the most striking and vibrant rugs available today.

 

Click Here to see the Vaheed Taheri rug collection: (http://www.samad.com/blog/vaheed-taheri-samad/)

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The world's finest hand knotted, decorative rugs from Samad

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Fourth generation rug merchants, David and Malcolm Samad founded their enterprise, Samad, in 1985.

Based in East Rutherford, New Jersey, Samad is a producer and importer of handmade carpets and rugs. The firm's London office is operated by the founders' brother Jack Samad. Influenced by both traditional and decorative designs, and woven from the finest wools and silks,they are distributed throughout the United States, Canada and Europe by design trade showrooms, boutique rug stores and fine furniture stores. More about Samad on their website: http://www.samad.com/aboutUs

With over 50 exclusive collections offering a wide variety of unique textures, colors and designs, the Samad brand has become a symbol of excellence and is sought after by discerning buyers throughout the world. SAMAD offers a vast number of vibrant Collections from the lower and more affordable ranges, through mid range and high end. While celebrated for classic rugs that compliment traditional interiors, SAMAD also manufactures modern and contemporary collections, which has revitalized the rug industry. Recent introductions such as the Amour (http://www.samad.com/collection/amourWoolSilk.html) and Leonardo Collections incorporate both hand-carded wool and hand spun silk to successfully create transitional innovative designs and color.

Throughout the Samad history, one thing has remained constant: every stage of the carpet weaving process is painstakingly executed by hand, ensuring the highest possible quality. Each Samad carpet is uniquely beautiful and will add charm and dignity to any room.

The staff at SAMAD provides exceptional service, offering their clients a comprehensive one on one experience. The SAMAD dealer website offers a new feature that allows clients to select Modern Tibet Collection designs which they can customize color.

Samad has even created an informational documentary about the rug weaving process called: The Colors of India: http://itsaboutrugs.com/colors-of-india.html

With their appreciation for the intricate rug-making process and great passion for carpet making, the Samad brothers hope to continue to enrich the world with new designs and textures, unrivaled in both quality and innovation.

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