Bonnie Steves

In New York City and Savannah, Obeetee  made it possible for two designers to expeditiously create and get delivery on rugs to in time compliment their rooms.

Holiday House Design Show House – NYC

Close up of Obeetee rug in the Grand Foyer

When it came to designing the Grand Foyer for New York City’s prestigious Holiday House Design Show House open through November 15 to December 6, acclaimed interior designer Bonnie Steves of BJS-Assoc. Interior Design, who is known for seamlessly and respectfully integrating the work of a variety of artisans into her aesthetic, looked to the Obeetee Express program.  She designed two carpets that perfectly reflect her theme of “A Winter Holiday Under the Northern Lights.”  “At our darkest moments we have light! The entire room was inspired by the idea of going from light to dark and how we are never clearly in the dark,” said Steves.  “The Obeetee Express carpets worked perfectly with the theme and were a play in light and dark achieved through varying shades of gray.  The quality is wonderful and the ease of ordering and quick delivery are ideal.”

Obeetee Express 

Obeetee Express offers 194 stocked colors in 100% New Zealand wool. This program offers expertly hand-tufted carpets with a two-week lead time for strike-offs after rendering approval and a six-to-eight week production time for most sizes.  There are  hundreds of designs from which to choose on the new Obeetee Express website — — from tribal and “deconstructed” designs to updated traditional.  Customers can also submit their own designs.

 The web site also lets them view the rugs in various room settings and print or email samples to clients.  Other hues from Obeetee’s bank of more than 4,000 colors and additional fibers like silk, viscose, nylon and cotton are possible with a customized lead time.

Southern Study by Patrick James Hamilton

Obeetee Rug in Style Now Showhouse – Savannah

One of the talented designers from the DIFFA collection, Patrick J. Hamilton, chose an Obeetee hand- knotted wool  and silk Mehrab “Faith” rug for his “Southern Study”