Nourison Shares Tribute to Christopher Guy Harrison
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Pictured is Alex Peykar (L) and Christopher Guy (R). Photo Credit: Christopher Guy
Floor covering and home accents manufacturer Nourison shares a heartfelt tribute after Christopher Guy Harrison’s passing. Christopher Guy Harrison has been a dear friend and business partner to Nourison for many years, having launched the Christopher Guy Area Rug Collection license and partnership at High Point Market in October 2017. “Chris was a very unique and gifted gentleman, with vision, talent and class. This is a loss for all that knew him, and our industry,” said Alex Peykar, principal at Nourison. Nourison is grateful for having worked with such a genuine and brilliant designer. Chris’ legacy will live on through his inspiration, artistic vision and luxurious style. Nourison will continue to support the Christopher Guy license and collaborate with the Christopher Guy team.
About Nourison: Nourison is a leading global floor covering company that produces extensive collections of area rugs, broadloom carpet, and home accessories at multiple price points from low to mid-market to luxury. Nourison is one of the few fully vertically integrated companies in its segment, overseeing almost every aspect of the manufacturing process. As a result, the company boasts exceptional speed-to-market, shipping more than 95 percent of its product orders within 48 hours. The focus on customer service has helped Nourison become a valued partner within the home furnishings and hospitality industries to both retailers and interior designers.Nourison was founded in New York by brothers Alex, Stephen, and Paul Peykar in 1980, and remains a family-owned company. Its product assortment includes licensed collections from well-known brands such as CALVIN KLEIN, Kathy Ireland, Waverly, Christopher Guy, and more.For more information, visit www.nourison.com.
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