This wool carpet typifies craft in the digital age: It’s hand-tufted into a pattern inspired by pixelated kaleidoscope images.
It was love at first sight for us with Mangas, a collection of rugs by Patricia Urquiola for Gan that redefine the chunky knit. Translated into Spanish, the name means "sleeve," and the oversized strips of 100% virgin wool—knotted and woven into a series of patterns in a variety of colors—does mimic the look (and feel) of the most comfortable of sweaters.
Bring the beauty of the birch tree from the outdoors in with this graphic area rug from Angela Adams. It's hand-tufted and 100% wool, with a nice depth and texture that would feel quite nice underfoot.
- Ahhhh, the rug. Ever so comfortable, ever so cozy. We compiled six of the plushest rugs not only worthy of your feet, but for showing off too.
Figuerola’s design emulates a type of vernacular Moroccan textile that combines three techniques: embroidery, weaving, and knotting.
Did Charpin have the Humboldt County hippie stronghold in mind when he designed this hand-tufted wool rug? The doodle-like intersecting lines betray the influence of Arcata’s premier cash crop.
- Edward Fields—an American carpet maker whose rugs dress the floors in the Glass House, Hollyhock House, and Lever House—recently released "Iconics," a collection of eleven…
Alfombras Veo Veo in Alicante produces high-quality wool, silk, linen, and cotton rugs composed of triangular or cross-shaped components called Nurbs. They are sewn together to form custom Mosaico, Pyramide, and Puzzle rugs. Patterns are inspired by Arab mosaics and ceramic tiles.