7 Times A Rug Really Tied The Room Together

by Hannah Kelly June 14, 2017

There's quite a debate in the design community as to when, exactly, a rug enters the decor equation. Do you source the rug first, and use it as the inspiration for your color palette and textural approach, or do you add it at the end, as a final, finishing note that seals the thematic deal?

We generally approach our rugs as part of our initial design pass: an opportunity to establish our statement in a majorly visible way, one that serves both the functional and aesthetic aspects of a thoughtfully-designed space. Keep scrolling for a sampling of our projects where rugs not only added some softness underfoot, but also some serious style points. 

 

Listra Wool Rug ($1,920)

Photo: Chris Patey

Hemp and Wool Black and White Kelim ($4,000)

Photo: Chris Patey

Denim Aya Rug (From $698)

Photo: Justin Coit

Antique Persian Heriz Wool Rug ($6,000)

 

 

 

Photo: Matt Sartain

Whittier Vintage Rug ($1,875)

 

Photo: Reid Rolls

Light Gray Cayo Rug (From $628)

 

 



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