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Lounge rugs are essential items to elevate any room decor! Whether you like it simple or conceptual, abstract or elementary, the lounge rugs on this list promise to shake things up for the good in your future projects. There’s always a rug that captures the essence of our personality through colors, shapes, and textures.
Inspired in the Art Deco movement, that peaked during the 1920s, Rug’Society created the DÊCO rug, which represents the neutral collection in the best way possible. A handmade rug full of glamour and sophistication, with an unusual shape and the addition of fringes, which you surely won’t be able to resist.
KLEOPATRA Lounge is a rug inspired by ancient Egypt, not only for the chromatic choice but also for the linear and rigid graphics that served as the basis of language throughout history. In ancient times communication was done through symbols, icons and images and that was the base for Kleopatra rug. This lounge version of KLEOPATRA rug is a must-have tapestry with its sky blue and pale mustard tones and fringes.
Hex by David Rockwell
Hex was inspired by stage lights and cast shadows, this design uses the illusion of depth and layers of opacity to create a trompe-l’oeil 3D-effect. The clever balance of warm and cool neutrals tones makes this rug a subtle and sophisticated addition to any space. The raised silk lines accentuate the hexagonal shape and give the rug a modern yet classic appeal.
The snake is one of the oldest and most well-known mythological symbols, being present in different cultures with similar meanings. The snake is powerfully connected with the power of life and represents the transformation of our lives. IMPERIAL SNAKE LOUNGE is the most luxurious of our snake-based rugs, with its cream colors in botanical silk framing an elaborate and trendy design.
With unique lines and unmistakable shapes, LUCY is a modern rug inspired in geometrical shapes and shades of pastel pink that make this astonishing lounge rug. LUCY is a hand-tufted product made with botanical silk and natural wool which has a super design that gathers all the magic of simple things and transforms your home decor in a colorful landscape.
Archetype Lake by Kelly Wearstler
Archetype Lake started as a pencil linework drawing, inspired by Bauhaus Design. Its repeating forms and architectural lines are reminiscent of a blueprint layout and feature a contrast of round and angular, geometric shapes.
Agata is a type of quartz, known for irregular shapes and its typical colors: grey and bluish-grey. Most agates occur like nodules in eruptive rocks and when cut, they show all their inner beauty. AGATHA rug was born with a strong connection with nature and the two techniques present on this modern rug, Hand-tuft and Overtufting, enhance the beauty of this product.
Warao means “the boat people” and it is the name of an indigenous people from Northeastern Venezuela and Western Guyana with a lifelong and intimate connection with water. This faithful relation to water is also brought to you with WARAO rectangular hand-tufted rug. Simple and peaceful, like the Warao people, this hand-tufted rug is the kind of rug that ties together all your living room furniture.
Bonavita by Suzanne Sharp
The Bonavita rug encapsulates her talent at creating a thoroughly modern design from a traditional reference, playing with scale, direction and most of all colour. Inspired by tiles found in an old Maltese church, the pattern is reworked and edited in fresh blue and green into a contemporary classic.
Yagua are the indigenous people from Colombia and Peru. Their name originates either from the Quechua term “yawar” meaning ‘the colour of blood’, or from the term yagua in Spanish meaning ‘royal palm’. These strong character features are represented in YAGUA rectangular tencel rug, and its fierce rock-like pattern and light grey hues. Relive the ancient Yagua traditions in your living room area thanks to Yagua Tencel rug.
Papillon by Tara Bernerd
The butterfly is hand-knotted in gloriously decadent silk against a natural wool background.
Under the Eurasian plate lies the highest and the widest sub-aerial active volcano in Europe and Mediterranean Area: the Etna. ETNA rectangular rug is named after this persistent volcano: a hand-tufted Tencel rug that mixes different neutral tones with slight notes of light blue and green in irregular shapes. ETNA rug fits well in every eclectic or contemporary living room.
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Riviera by Winch Design
Inspired by the ocean, Riviera emulates light reflecting off ripples in the shallows of a calm sea. Turquoise blues, soft greys and subtle pinks are delicately blended together to mimic the reflection of the setting sun and the delicate movements of the sea. The gentle ombre graduation of the wool and silk yarns add depth and rich dimension to any space.
SAVANA rug is the most botanical rug of all the collection. This rug represents the Savana regions that are known for their severe weather conditions and for the diversity of species. Like the diversity of fauna and flora of the Savanas, this rug combines three different techniques: hand-tufted, overtufting, and carving, to represent in the best way possible the power of nature within any room.
Madison by Sandra Nunnerley
Featuring subtle graphic squares handknotted in raised silk and created in a pared back colour palette, Madison is inspired by Manhattan’s angularity and cosmopolitan point of view and pays homage to the city Nunnerley calls home.
HERON rug was inspired in the elegance and grace of this beautiful species with the same name and it helps us to explore deeply the spiritually in our life. The rug design features different heights of hand-tufted botanical silk, giving the rug a three-dimensional feel that makes it stand out in every room.
META is the perfect rug if you want to change your interior project because it will transform the comfort and beauty of your project. Inspired by the snakeskin, this rug symbolizes the necessity of change, renewal, and healing. A 100% handmade rug that combines the hand-tufted and overtufting techniques with the noblest materials: Natural Wool and Botanical Silk.
Eclipse by Kelly Behun
This rug celebrates the view from Kelly Behun’s apartment in Manhattan, New York. The soft blues and tranquillizing pale pink shades are inspired by Manhattan’s skyline at sunset and are captured in the silky colour shifts of Eclipse.
The Baltic Sea, located in Scandinavia, has several water types and different blue shades which compose it. The BALTIC rug really embodies the essence of the Baltic Sea, having a blue colour gradient. This versatile rectangle designed rug is a harmonious piece that simultaneously transmits the strength of the sea and the softness of the blue colour. BALTIC Rug will bring nature and fierceness to your home decor.
Smoke Sunset by Adam Hunter
The environment and natural elements have always been a driving force in Adam Hunter’s work and his new abstract design – Smoke Sunset is no exception.
Surma is a panethnicity residing in South Sudan and southwestern Ethiopia. They have a fierce culture that includes stick fighting called Donga. This brings great prestige to men and they are very competitive and fearless about a dangerous injury. Inspired by this powerful battles and brave warriors the SURMA rectangular rug is born, brave and strong, in hand-knotted dyed wool, bringing strength to your space.
Rosette by Chihuly
Rosette is a limited-edition rug, inspired by Chihuly’s glasswork. The design is a celebration of form, scale and colour with dramatic, swirling rings which appear to reverberate across the composition. The motif is inspired by blown glass rondels which are layered over one another to play with the illusion of transparency, giving the impression of delicate glass.
Cuzco, currently a city in Peru, was formerly the historic capital of the Inca Empire. CUZCO rectangular rug was inspired by the motifs used in the Inca textiles, known by the combination of different geometric patterns. CUZCO rectangle rug is made in hand-tufted dyed wool and depicts a simplification of these patterns into different stripes of geometric shapes and lines, resulting in a sober but rhythmic composition.
Clark Rug by Jonathan Saunders
Combining a series of deceptively simple square and rectangular forms in different shades of grey, Clark is an abstract interpretation of a tower. The monochrome mix is perfectly balanced so that the structure of the composition is clearly perceived.
Sudd is a vast swamp located in the South of Sudan which has its origins in the Arabic word that means barrier. Like the swamp that inspired this rectangular rug, SUDD features an asymmetrical pattern transmitting a strong and natural sensation. The colour tones of this rug remind us of the vegetation that we can find in the swamp. SUDD rug conveys BRABBU’s message, allowing the creation of an intense and modern space.
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