Drawn from the colors of Ireland, Curator’s Dock Leaf is a fresh, nature-inspired shade. Since the outbreak of the pandemic, the need for clean is more apparent than ever. The polished Dock Leaf hue has a rejuvenating feel. To illustrate this year’s Dock Leaf color of the year, we have rolled out rugs in the winning shade.
Artist Erik Lindström experimented with tonal expressions of color to create Bandwith, a hand-tufted cut pile and hand-carved rug fashioned from New Zealand wool.
Lyall Bay is part of Lucy Tupu Studio’s Wellington collection. Hand-tufted in silk, the rug can be customized in size, color and shape.
The semicircular pattern of the Rocky rug from Élitis is assembled from handmade natural fiber jute braids with a cotton backing. Offered in three sizes and five colors.
Folding Sky is a hand-knotted wool rug from Marc Phillips, shown here in green but also offered in five additional lustrous colors.
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This article appears in the February 2021 issue of CTC&G (Connecticut Cottages & Gardens).