Completely customizable and crafted in wool and silk, Patterson Flynn & Martin’s Taiki, from its Earth and Sky Collection, explores visual dimension with the flow of patterns. pattersonflynnmartin.com.
Part of Tania Johnson’s Light Collection, Blur is hand-knotted wool and silk and was inspired by the shifting pattern the sunlight’s movements create. Through Warp & Weft, warpandweft.com, taniajohnson.com.
Made of 100-percent art silk (combining the look and feel of real silk with the durability of a synthetic), Ethan Allen’s Ikat rug, shown here in ivory, is hand-knotted and made in India. ethanallen.com.
Grey for Me from Edelman Leather is a natural cow rug, which means all the markings are natural and will vary from rug to rug. An added benefit: The rug can also be sewn for upholstery. edelmanleather.com.
Use the vertical design of Dash & Albert’s Annie Selkes–designed Fez hand-knotted jute rug to elongate narrow spaces in your home and provide a comfy retreat for your feet. Through Ring’s End, ringsend.com, annieselke.com.
Handmade in Nepal, Lindström’s Korgamy line features near-full customization of rugs. Anterior, shown here, is available in an array of materials, colors, sizes and knot counts. Through Desiron, desiron.com, lindstromrugs.com.
Frog by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby for the Rug Company was designed with both children and parents in mind. The Tibetan wool rug is entirely handmade and available in array of sizes. therugcompany.com, barberosgerby.com.
For her first collection designed for Nanimarquina, Nao Tamura drew inspiration from a feather to create Quill. Available in three sizes, the collection expresses the Japanese philosophy of wabi sabi: embracing a simple aesthetic that grows stronger as nonessentials are
trimmed away. nanimarquina.com, naotamura.com.
Hand dyed and hand woven in the Elizabeth Eakins Norwalk showroom, the Master series Stocking Stitch, shown here in the blue/charcoal colorway, is composed of New Zealand wool weft and fine Belgian linen warp. elizabetheakins.com.
Oscar de la Renta has expanded its rug collection with Elson & Co. Medina, handmade in Kathmandu India, is 100-percent Himalayan wool and has 100 knots per square inch. Through John Rosselli & Associates, johnrosselli.com, elsoncompany.com, oscardelarenta.com.
This article appears in the February 2016 issue of Connecticut Cottages & Gardens.
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