Nonna Design Flips the Switch on Traditional Rugs
If you’ve ever wished you could give a room an instant refresh without a lot of fuss, then the Tangram line of rugs is singing your song. Flip ’em over for a whole new experience! The brainchild of Nonna Design, a British interiors studio founded in 2010, reversible Tangram is two rugs in one. The customizable polypropylene rug is offered in four styles: the runner-like Line, Tear (as in drop), circular Moon, and semicircular Half-Moon—all available in a palette that includes green, tan, blue, and terra-cotta, plus about 75 other colors. Each format is offered in solid and shape-within-a-shape iterations.
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