We’re looking back to celebrate our year of new collaborations, new designs as well as some of our favourite installations we’ve shown you during 2019. Join us as take you back through the last 12 months of bold, bright and exciting design.
From runway to rug, Mary Katrantzou’s inaugural rug collection is inspired by the bold and imaginative designs for which her brand is renowned. Framis, pictured here, was one of our new designs which we were thrilled to introduce this past year.
Delicately balancing monochromatic geometry with cascading organic dots, Brink Ivory by Kelly Wearstler debuted in 2019 and features a textured background providing depth beyond the surface.
Introducing our first collection of runners by Kelly Wearstler, our Channels Indigo runner featured here, was a new addition this season.
Obi by our in-house studio was an abstract addition to our collection and was the perfect addition to Hannah Harden’s son’s aquatic themed bedroom.
Our Thistle design by Vivienne Westwood in Cortney Bishop Design’s Atlanta-based installation gave us a fun burst of energy during 2019.
Our Okapi design was cut up and reassembled to create a puzzle-like effect and was newly introduced this past season.
When Kelly Behun teamed up with our in-house studio to create this bespoke optical rug for her client’s home in the Hamptons, and we we’re thrilled to see it hit the pages of Architectural Digest.
Rachel Chudley’s London-based project is the moody hues we love. We couldn’t get enough of this project which was featured across House and Garden UK and showcases our mohair slate rug.
This Boston brownstone was reimagined into a light a bright home complete with our Farrow & Ball Princedale Pale silk border rug, a calming retreat by Koo de Kir which is what we needed this past year.
A fun escape featuring our Stingray Red rug by Alexandra Champalimaud in Lucinda Loya’s installation was a exciting pop from 2019.
We can’t wait to share what we have in store for 2020!