Spanish textile designer Sandra Figuerola named this rug, the Catania, after the city on the island of Sicily. A graceful mix of color, shape, and texture, this reversible rug comes in three sizes and is made from 100% Virgin Wool.
This modern orange braid-like rug by French industrial designer Samuel Accoceberry for Chevalier is hand-knotted in Nepal from wool or a wool-silk blend.
The circular Miss Dottie Rug designed by Thomas Sandell for Asplund is hand-tufted and made of rich New Zealand wool.
The geometric seams on this Furoshiki Rug designed by Miguel Vleira Baptista follow the folding patterns of the traditional Japanese furoshiki—a wrapping cloth designed to transport goods.
This hand-tufted Kaleidoscope Rug by BoConcept was inspired by pixelated kaleidoscope images. Definitely fit for the modern age.
Inspired by early 20th-Century art movements including Expressionism and Cubism, the Minimalist White Rug from the Bense Collection by Chandra Rugs is hand-tufted, made of New Zealand wool, static-resistant, and best of all, pleasing to the eye.