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Your Design Guide to Home & Style.
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The wool felt cut-out patterns of Selina Rose are simply lovely.
Selina [Rose] uses innovative cutting-edge technology with 100% wool felt to create unique interior products. The product range includes rugs, window panels, room dividers, screens, table runners, cushions, lighting, and wallcoverings. Her innovative felt surfaces are suitable for a broad range of applications and are available to commission for private, residential and commercial interiors.
Bloom table runner, 40 x 145 cm, £99.00
Bloom rug, 120cm x 120cm, £450.00
Purchase Information:Price: £99.00
Written by Katie on November 24, 2008. Permalink
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Sometimes a simple graphic rug is all you need to tie a room together.
“Stylish and whimsical circles make this rug a sure eye catcher. Carved mini shags make up this machine woven rugs in high quality poly.”
Colors Used: Flecked throughout black and cream.
Made in Belgium
Purchase Information:Price: $250.00-$1000.00
Written by Kris on July 24, 2008. Permalink
I love how thick this carpet is.
make flooring fun with the innovative, interactive puzzle carpet by satyendra pakhale. the pieces interlock with each other in numerous ways and each set comes with 7 puzzle pieces. buy several sets and cover the floor! the puzzle carpet comes in 3 natural patterns: water, sand, and grass.
Each piece is 14″ x 14″ and .6″ thick
(price/retailer info updated 01/19/09)
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Purchase Information:Price: $189.00
Written by Katie on July 3, 2008. Permalink
The same designer who brought us the Cutting Table No. 1 has now released this special edition of 10 Ísbjürn / Ice Bear Rugs. Playing with the ubiquitous animal skin rug idea, there’s part play and part serious commentary on luxury goods.
Purchase Information:Price: $3,100.00
Written by Katie on June 30, 2008. Permalink
The Rug Company recently joined RugMark, the foundation dedicated to ending child labor in the handmade carpet industry. If you’re not familiar with either you can follow a few links and find out that this is a very good thing, because a major player in the rug industry jumping on this particular boat signals a shift in industry standards of child-labor-free carpets.
The prices are a little higher, but the particular peace of mind of knowing that a rug is child-labor-free seems well worth saving up for…Plus, there’s some pretty intriguing designs by some kind-of-quirky designers that The Rug Company has up their sleeve…I’m kind of in love with some of the stranger ones, too many to show them all, but here’s a handful:
$32.50- $230.00 per square foot, from a 3’x5′ to a 18’x12′ (this means anywhere between $485.00 to $49,680.00(!))
To learn more, visit RugMark Foundation
More information:View The Rug Company & RugMark here
Written by Katie on June 16, 2008. Permalink
Bring a rural feel to your urban environment with this rug by Permafrost.
“Designed in Norway, manufactured in Sweden, wool from New Zealand and inspired by a common image of rural America, the John Deere tractor. Sometimes the simplest ideas are the best.”
Available in Grass (green) or Mud (brown).
Purchase Information:Price: $1,689.00
Written by Katie on June 3, 2008. Permalink
Hmm. This could be an interesting option if you’re fond of carpet tiles.
Look: Patterned tributes to the beloved Holstein. Dairy cow-sized spots in four colors on fields of white with subtle flecks. Touch: Plusher than a cowhide: a cut and loop combination gives it pleasant varied softness. Be Smart: Don’t run with the herd: spot markings on Stampede are irregularly placed and tiles are designed to be installed randomly for a hide-inspired abstract artwork for your floor. The Details: 19.7″ x 19.7″. 100% Nylon face fiber. Made in the USA. FLOR recommends installing tiles in either the same direction or a parquet style.
All tiles are 19.7″ x 19.7″
(For a 4’x6′ rug, it’d cost you about $176.00.)
Purchase Information:Price: $15.99
Written by Katie on May 23, 2008. Permalink
A cowhide dyed to look like a zebra seems a little wrong, but definitely not as wrong as an actual zebra hide (in my opinion). So if you’ve got to have the look, here’s an option.
“Cheer up a bland living room with a splash of stripes! This dramatic zebra pattern has been dyed onto a top grain cow hide to give you a high style look that won’t break the bank.”
approx 7′ x 5′
Purchase Information:Price: $575.00
Written by Katie on May 20, 2008. Permalink
Not a bad price for a rug/mat with such strong graphic stripes…
“A fresh take on a summer classic, our awning stripe rug features offset yarn-dyed stripes that have the look of pieced construction. Hand woven on a sturdy cotton weft, it’s richly colored and one of a kind.”
Available in Cherry, Clementine, Black, Ink Blue and Green Apple.
2 x 3′: $29.00
2.5 x 9′: $69.00
3 x 5′: $49.00
5 x 8′: $109.00
8 x 10′: $179.00
Purchase Information:Price: $29.00
Written by Katie on May 2, 2008. Permalink
Some decent designs for a rather reasonable price…
(shown left to right, top to bottom)
Festival Nighttime, $398.00,Buy it here.
Festival Cellular, $398.00, Buy it here.
Festival Spring, $398.00, Buy it here.
Festival Blossom, $398.00, Buy it here.
Chelsea Dots, $592.00, Buy it here.
Swim Rug, $250.00, Buy it here.
Festival Flora, $398.00, Buy it here.
Festival Branches, $398.00, Buy it here.
(*The retailer doesn’t state what these rugs are made of or where they come from, so please be sure to inquire before you purchase so you’re not hit upside the head with a different quality than expected.)
More information:View Festival 5’x8′ Rugs for $398-$592 here