Neutral territory: our collection of neutral rugs

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Design trends may come and go but classic designs will always remain an essential addition to an interior. There are many ways to add intrigue to a neutral rug: our collection encompasses a whole spectrum of neutral tones, patterns both bold and subdued, varying pile heights and beautiful textures achieved though careful hand finishing.

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A Stitch in Time: new crewelwork rugs

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Our latest collection explores a traditional embroidery technique which has been loved for centuries, hand stitched crewelwork.

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A match made in modernist heaven

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Overlooking the Hollywood hills, John Lautner's Garcia house is an iconic piece of the L.A. landscape. This midcentury cliffhanger was the perfect Californian backdrop to showcase our latest Jonathan Saunders rug collection.

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Question Time: Rodarte’s Kate and Laura Mulleavy

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Drawing us into their ethereal and fantastical world, Rodarte’s founders Kate and Laura Mulleavy speak to the LA Times about creating their collection of rugs.

Q. What made you want to create rugs?

A. The Rug Company is very thoughtful about every detail that goes into their rugs, and we felt very at home working with them.  …

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Atlas Berber rugs: view the latest arrivals

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Hand-picked as part of our unique Vintage & Traditional collection, these Atlas Berber rugs have just arrived in stock.

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Allegra Hicks: My Design Foundations

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The Telegraph Luxury recently caught up with Allegra Hicks to ask her about her new crewelwork rugs and her design inspirations.

“The London-based, Turin-born designer Allegra Hicks started designing kaftans and fashion accessories in 1999, but her design and fine art training in Milan, NYC and Brussels truly came to the fore when she branched out into home textiles.…

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FT’s Superior Interiors: fashion and interiors collide

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Financial Times readers with a keen eye for design may have spotted a familiar rug on the  cover of the How To Spend It’s special Superior Interiors edition. Seventies inspired fashion is a fabulous foil for ultra glamorous decor in this shoot, featuring Ember by Rodarte, Python Glory by Diane von Furstenberg and Serpent by Kelly Wearstler.…

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A message from Christopher Sharp in Nepal

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Nepal is a special place for us; we know a lot of people there and we’ve shared some magnificent times. We’ve also had some difficult patches; our weavers have in the past suffered some events that felt so calamitous that at the time we wondered if we’d be forced to abandon our Nepalese weaving endeavours.…

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New Arrivals: Rodarte for The Rug Company

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Our creative collaboration with Los Angeles based designers Kate and Laura Mulleavy, founders of Rodarte, brings their otherworldly, hand-crafted aesthetic to the two dimensional plane.

The designers are internationally lauded for their conceptual and ethereal fashion collection and their artistic approach to design.…

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A Chair for Charity: Crossing Camo Lines

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The Rug Company was asked to transform an iconic Ernest Race BA2 chair raise funds for The Art Room Charity, which provides therapy through art for vulnerable children.

The Rug Company’s donation was Crossing Camo Lines, created using a candy-coloured camouflage aubusson designed by collaborator Giles Deacon.…

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