Tim Gosling's rug designs are based on his love of the Art Deco movement in London, using design language born out of an historic sense of architecture and history. The interlocking diamonds motif of the Deco Diamond rug was inspired by the exterior decorative elements of London's Ideal House, built in 1929.
Tim Gosling graduated from the Central School of Art & Design in 1987 with a degree in Theatre Design. Tim joined David Linley shortly after, becoming a director in 1993. At Linley he was instrumental in developing the company’s design style and expanding their bespoke business over 18 years. In 2005 Tim set up his own company, Gosling, giving him the freedom to design a wider range of furniture. Gosling creates unique pieces of furniture tailored to each individual client's exact specifications; the company’s objective is to create a bespoke service of design and furniture that has style and longevity.
The Rug Company has always seen Tim Gosling as a kindred spirit. Gosling's commitment to artisanal craft permeates through every aspect of his work, reflecting our own dedication to quality, traditional craftsmanship and longevity, values which are reflect in his rug collection. Gosling's passion for the Art Deco movement in London has inspired his rug designs; the three designs are based on his love of the period, using design language born out of an historic sense of architecture and history. "It was a time when people craved better materials and quality of design – it was about integrity and spending on something that will last. I wanted the richness to come through in the rugs", Gosling says.
This rug is entirely handmade, from the spinning of the yarns to the weaving on the loom. It is unique, and has been crafted by weavers in the Kathmandu area, whose skills have been passed down through many generations. We use only the finest natural yarns; the Tibetan wool is renowned for its softness and durability, while the fine silk brings a delicate lustre that enhances the design of the rug. To this we have added the vision of a world class designer, and the result is a hand knotted contemporary rug of extraordinary beauty which will itself become an heirloom to be treasured for years to come.
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We want you to be delighted with your purchase, so if you are not completely happy, you may return it to us within 21 days of receipt for a full refund (including shipping charge) or exchange - provided that the item is returned complete and in its original condition. The Rug Company will cover the cost of return shipping. Read our Terms & Conditions for more details.
To return an item, you must first contact us (we can be contacted on +1 212 274 0444 from 9:30am - 6pm EST, Monday - Friday). We will then arrange for UPS to collect the item from you. Returns can be collected from your home, work or an alternative address.
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