Every once in a while, you see a rug that is the rug—the rug that not only ties the room together, but amplifies what the room was trying to say in the first place. The brands and retailers below have been making waves in textile design, and for good reason—check out our favorite rug makers below, and the high-brow designs that we’re currently coveting.
Ben Soleimani comes from a family with generations’ worth experience designing textiles, and has own CV, which includes Mansour, Mansour Modern, and Restoration Hardware, is vastly impressive. His personal brand stands for making luxury rugs accessible to everyone.
Nanimarquina’s textile designs have been well-known and revered for their innovative creative processes and patterns. The design label was founded in 1978, and remains a family-owned company to this day.
Style and substance are both present in Sera Helsinki’s eponymous brand. Helsinki aims to empower communities by providing career opportunities to single mothers and people with disabilities in Ethiopia. The brand marries its story with its design by making Finnish-inspired rugs with Ethiopian techniques.
Moooi is known for letting designers take the wheel. Says creative director Marcel Wanders, "We don't tell designers what to do, we listen to what designers want to make." The result is a bold and daring mix of eclectic and playful designs.
Born in the late ’80s, GAN was founded by José Gandia-Blasco, who thought the textile industry of the time was too stagnant and was in need of fresh, contemporary designs. The brand gained major success in the late ’90s and has been a major name in textile design since.
Missoni Home has created an identity for themselves in textile design with their recognizable patterns and color combinations. The Italian brand has almost a century's worth of recognition for bringing one-of-a-kind design to textiles.