With autumn at our heels, these luxury cowhide rugs designed by Kyle Bunting will turn up the heat in your home. It’s not quite what you’d expect from a cowhide, splashed up in a range of cool colors, in hot patterns and motifs, from geometric designs to organic spots and stripes, to the natural look of the hide itself. But the really nice thing about these custom cowhide rugs is they totally suit your style – whatever that may be. They are produced in any design, every color, and sized to your specifications.
Get back to your “roots” with this nature-inspired rug from Nodus. The Roots rug by designer Matali Crasset features a wonderful, down-to-earth color palette of leafy green, with raised brown “roots” radiating their way from the center out. We love how the ends of the roots extend beyond the edge of the rug in a neat little fringe, adding interest to this unique, most-unusual modern rug design.
Using modern patterns that combine unexpected colors and textures, Bev Hisey creates designer wool rugs with a classic finish. Fabulous patterns of complex geometry offer a rhythm and repetition free of ridged straight lines. In Hisey’s Designer wool rugs dark and light colors are juxtaposed for bold dramatic effects. For example deep blue diamonds are framed with earthy light browns for a balanced and grounded feeling. In another carpet the vibrant green on a pale background brings a graphic pattern of lush vegetation. Each carpet is hand tufted and knotted for the best quality of designer wool carpet.
Rugs are made to cover the floor in our houses, to make them warm and provide protection for the feet. They have been made of wool for a long time and, even though nowadays the manufacturers can use a lot of different materials, the best and most wanted rugs are made of natural wool. Any way, the material is important, but so is the design. If you have a nice modern home, you will certainly want a special and unique design for the rugs. One of the most unusual designs for the rugs I have ever seen is the “stamp rug”.