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About Liora Manne

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.

Past Sales Featuring Liora Manne

Sale Ended October 17, 2011

Marisa Marcantonio

Recognized by Fox News as one of the top ten design blogs of 2010, Stylebeat, the creation of Marisa Marcantonio, is an industry darling. In it, she covers stylish trends, emerging design talents, hot new home products, and lots more. For this sale, she took a walk on the wild side, curating a collection of animal-print-themed furnishings and accessories. As she puts it: "A dose of animal print adds instant attitude and exotic allure."

Sale Ended March 23, 2011

Liora Manne Rugs and Pillows

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.

Sale Ended March 24, 2011

Consuming Passions: Shell

A popular decorative material for centuries, shells have adorned everything from baroque garden grottoes to Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello. Work their beachy charm into your interior via this selection of lighting, accessories, and art by Candice Olson and Kim Seybert, among others.

Sale Ended November 01, 2011

Liora Manné Rugs and Doormats

Hand-knotted doormats and artful, contemporary area rugs are a specialty of this Israel-born artist who got her start in designing fashion textiles. Cheery prints prevail, like koi fish, daisies, and fluttering dragonflies.