A native of Jerusalem, Liora Manné began her career designing textiles for New York’s fashion industry. Turning her talents to her own line of fabrics, she invented a process called Lamontage that combines handmade artistry with high-tech needle-punching; the result was a non-woven acrylic textile that is as beautiful as it is sturdy. In 1997 Manné stepped into the world of rugs, designing hand-knotted, hand-tufted, and machine-loomed floor coverings. She’s also recently added handbags, shoes, and cuff bracelets to her repertoire.
We've selected a grouping of gifts for our discerning members who know that high style doesn't have to be high priced.
Enliven your decor with this lovely linear motif, available here in doses large and small. But whether the piece be a rug, sheet, or bolt of fabric, bear in mind which way the stripes run: Vertical ones will draw the eye up, while horizontal lines will make things look wider.
Bold patterns and bright colors mark these decorative accessories by Liora Manné, a textile designer who got her start in the fashion industry. Enliven your sofa with cushions festooned with roses and songbirds, or jazz up the entryway with handmade indoor/outdoor floor coverings in both neutral and vibrant hues.
With bright colors and bold patterns, these floor coverings, suitable for both indoors and out, are as sophisticated as they are durable. That strength comes courtesy of patented Lamontage design technology, a proprietary process whereby acrylic and polyester fibers are layered by hand, than interlocked by machine, to create a sumptuously soft material.