Written by Katie on May 6, 2010. Permalink
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Your Design Guide to Home & Style.
Written by Katie on May 6, 2010. Permalink
Written by Katie on April 30, 2010. Permalink
Originally spotted in The World of Interiors, this Cahier Rug would definitely give a room a graph paper-ish feel, which I’m guessing most of us would appreciate.
Designed by Alberto Artesani
(Note: If you had this rug, you might have to sip your tea/coffee from a Graph Paper Mug while boxing up a package with some Check Notebook Tape. Oh, and you’d also have to get an Agnes Martin Print.)
Purchase Information:Price: £2,025.00
Written by Katie on April 28, 2010. Permalink
Hexagonal. Modular. Felt. Rug. I’m sort of speechless. There’s not a lot of background info on this whole series (there’s vases and bowls too that I’ll post separately), but apparently Portland designer Aurelie Tu works with women at the YWCA in order to create these handmade pieces. If the rug is a bit high for your price range, there’s equally impressive table runners: Interlocked Rounded Runner and Felt Offset Runner.
colors: snow white, cloud light grey, charcoal, orange mango, sunflower yellow and apple green.
Size: 4.5′ x 7′
Purchase Information:Price: $3,150.00
Written by Katie on April 23, 2010. Permalink
This lovely wool and silk rug has a warm gold and red color scheme with just enough pattern to make a room interesting. The simple design on a otherwise flat background has an updated feel to it, and the red/gold almost reads as a neutral because the contrast is somewhat subtle. It’s the sort of piece that would work well with modern or traditional furnishings, which is always a good sign when you’re considering spending a good amount of money.
4′ x 6′
Purchase Information:Price: $2,100.00
Written by Katie on March 31, 2010. Permalink
Check it: reversible indoor/outdoor rug by Liora Manné. This techno felt rug is made using her patented Lamontage ® method, which layers and interlocks acrylic fibers by needlepunch. A little soap and water is all you need to clean.
UV-resistant, durable and antimicrobial.
Purchase Information:Price: $199.00
Written by Katie on March 15, 2010. Permalink
If you’re continually hopping about from one destination to another, maybe this rug is for you. Even if you’re not a jetsetter, the cursive white writing on the black background makes for an interesting focal point.
100% New Zealand wool
Designer: HZL by Henzel
For another handwritten (and uber-lovely) rug option, see Manuscrit Rug by Joaquim Ruiz Millet.
Purchase Information:Price: $990.00 and up
Written by Katie on March 10, 2010. Permalink
If you’re looking for a bit of black-and-white pattern (always a good choice) in a hallway or entryway, hopefully you’ve got enough money to drop some on this rug by Marcel Wanders.
Designed by Marcel Wanders for Moooi.
Made in the Netherlands.
Purchase Information:Price: $2,262.00
Written by Katie on March 8, 2010. Permalink
Do you remember the Do-lo-rez Modular Sofa? Well, here’s a carpet to match. Normally I’d say stay away from anything too ‘matchy-matchy’, but I think we all know in this case it’s entirely permissible (if not advisable?).
Designer: Ron Arad
Brand: Nani Marquina
Do-Lo-Rez 1: 1840 x 2760mm
Do-Lo-Rez 2: 2070 x 2530mm
Purchase Information:Price: £2,347.00
Written by Katie on February 25, 2010. Permalink
Black and white cotton dhurrie rug. Just about the prefect thing to add a traditional touch to a room without commiting to a troublesome color palette.
medium: 6’w x 9’l, $699.00
large: 9’w x 12’l, $1,099.00
Purchase Information:Price: $699.00
Written by Katie on February 16, 2010. Permalink
If you’re bothered by animal skin rugs, this rug by Camilla StÃ¦rk is the perfect (fashionable) alternative.
Fashion meets home. The untamed, the dramatic and the distinguished are the essence behind Spine Rug by fashion designer Camilla StÃ¦rk. “For me a floor rug like a beautiful dress must be interesting without dominating the room.”
200 cm x 300 cm
Purchase Information:Price: $1060.00
Written by Katie on January 15, 2010. Permalink
Written by Katie on December 29, 2009. Permalink
(This has been posted before, but it’s now on sale.)
There’s something incredibly timeless and classy about black and white stripes. This vinyl Chilewich rug is a no-brainer for indoors or out; it’s super durable and you simply rinse it off to get it looking like new again.
This attractive indoor-outdoor rug with bold contrasting vertical stripes is durable, quick to dry, and resists mold and mildew. Made of tufted vinyl. Hand-wash only.
Designer: Sandy Chilewich
reg. $75.00, $54.95
Purchase Information:Price: $54.95
Written by Katie on December 18, 2009. Permalink
Huh? I saw this on Core77 and put an email in to Studio Mango to see when it might be available to buy online, and surprise, surprise, it already is. However, take a look at the price (and retailer).
What does this affordability mean? Is the quality maybe not so great? Someone please shed light on this strange occurrence. I get that the material is not wool, so sure, that affects the cost, but I’m not used to a 5’x8′ being under $300. I’m confused and concerned. I’ve been assured that the crazy affordable price is due to the retailer buying up a large amount of the rugs, thereby passing on the savings to all of us lucky ducks. Forgive my original skepticism.
The Persian carpet is a product which has been around for centuries if not a millennium, a product with great tradition and heritage. Never the less its appeal has been decreasing, many young people consider it to be an object for granny´s house. So Studio Mango decided to grab the rug and update it to be ready for the year 2010 without losing touch of its original origin and heritage. A collection of 6 different models and sizes has been taken into production by Umbra.
Designed by Studio Mango for Umbra
75% polypropelene/11% Jute/8% polyester/6% polyester-cotton blend.
24″ x 36″ Accent Rug, $24.99
25″ x 94″ Runner, $99.99
5′ x 8′ Room Size Rug, $219.99
8′ x 10′ Room Size Rug, $499.99
[via Core 77]
Purchase Information:Price: $219.99
Written by Katie on December 9, 2009. Permalink
If you had this in a hallway, wouldn’t you be tempted to see how far you could jump? Or would you just wear out your kids (or guests) by suggesting it? Note: a non-slip rug pad would be needed to make sure no accidents occurred.
100% new wool
Dimensions: 13’2″ x 3′
Purchase Information:Price: $1290.00
Written by Katie on December 2, 2009. Permalink
Either of these two rugs certainly have enough character to carry a room. The texture, color and pattern all combine into a quirky rug that (in my opinion) further proves Patricia Urquiola’s ability to stretch creativity within the home. These two rugs sort of remind me of woolen scarves, but in the absolute best possible way.
Designer: Patricia Urquiola
Materials: Yarn composition: 100% new wool.
Purchase Information:Price: $2,910.00