October 3, 2017

Kasthall Rugs Made from Leftover Yarn

With almost every rug that Kasthall manufactures, spools of yarn are left over. They used to go unused—not ideal for a company that prides itself on environmental stewardship. This quandary sparked a lightbulb moment for in-house designer Ellinor Eliasson, who gathered the castoffs for a collection she has christened Harvest. The wool yarn is sorted into six color families: pink-purple, blue, green, red-yellow, brown-beige, and gray. Woven into patterns based on traditional Swedish rag rugs, the yarn colors shift as one spool ends and another begins. Available in standard and custom sizes.

Harvest rugs patterned in color families.
Harvest collection rugs made from leftover yarn.

> See more from the July 2017 issue of Interior Design

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