Contemporary Wool Rug

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A sculptural creation that transforms area rugs into an alien surface of reaching tendrils, the Lasa Merino Wool Rug makes a dramatic statement in contemporary interiors. Cosy and soft, the Lasa Wool Rug features a wonderful depth and texture. The long tubular fingers reach up as if growing from a dense pile of fine wool. Made from the finest New Zealand merino wool and using cutting-edge technology, the fibers are felted around a dark yarn core for a clearly defined contrast of color.

Hand Crafted Wool Rugs and Poufs

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Casual, comfortable and contemporary, the Mangas line of hand crafted wool rugs and wool poufs by Gandia Blasco (GAN) is an essential for winter-time cocooning, adding instant cozy to any home. Inspired by traditional knit motifs, it’s like dressing your rooms in your favorite scarf and mittens. The hand-tufted, hand-knotted wool rugs pamper your feet. Laid out in front of a crackling fireplace, the style is very apres-ski chic. The color palette of soft greys, pastels and warm browns adds to the softness. Coordinate the look with these matching poufs, offering extra lounging and seating spots in the den, TV room or living area. The irregular shapes add to the artisan, hand-crafted feel.

Nature Inspired Rug

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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.

Three Dimensional Rugs

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Add shape to your room with three dimensional rugs from Top Floor, including the lace-like Ethereal. Designed by Esti Barnes who owns the award-winning Top Floor in London’s Chelsea Harbour Design Centre, the rugs are almost works of art.