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Selling Homespice

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By Junior Gupta May 5, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

At Homespice our purpose is enriching people’s living environment through color, and here’s how we achieve it through our six-step process—called

E N R I C H.

E – ETHICS. When you buy a Homespice rug, you’re buying from a family-owned business that guarantees your 100% satisfaction. Our rugs are manufactured ethically in comfortable, safe facilities, with the utmost attention to care and quality. We believe in our work so deeply that each of us at Homespice has at least one of our rugs in our own homes.

N – NATURAL FIT. Homespice Décor rugs are a natural fit for any room as each rug is so colorful. From entry hall to living room and outdoor living spaces, you can create a symphony of color that showcases your own unique identity and lifestyle.

R – REAL. Although it’s one of the most attractive braided rugs in the world, our product is more than a stylish statement. We offer beautiful and practical choices for outdoors, indoors and wet areas, even in hard-to-fit sizes.

I – INNOVATION. We invented the rectangular braided rug. We’re a trend setter in adapting traditional American rug techniques to modern sensibilities. In fact, we’re so committed to braiding innovation that in 1998, we hired a PhD in Braiding who had just worked with NASA on the Mission to Mars program.

C – COLOR. Our design team constantly travels the globe to research new trends and color palettes. Our dyes and color selections are always fresh and rich, making us unparalled to the rest.

H – HERITAGE. Homespice Décor’s textile history goes back four generations. Starting from desert traders in old Indian cities, this rug now comes to you from the history of our tradition. We are proud to offer the braided rug to you, a fusion of  innovation, color and heritage.

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