8 Rugs by Esteemed Designers That Elevate Any Interior
These innovative rugs are sure to spark conversation. From a handknotted wool rug by Diane von Furstenberg that references Giraffe markings to one that incorporates recycled candy wrappers by Josephine Akvama Hoffmeyer, these floorcoverings prove there are no limits to a designer’s imagination.
Wool, Silk, and Candy Wrappers Are Part of These Rug Designs
Hover by Lady Deirdre Dyson of Deirdre Dyson Carpets
In this handknotted wool-and-silk rug from the experimental designer’s Angles collection, overlapping tonal tessellations in a rosy palette convey depth and the illusion of mesmerically suspended shapes.
Point of Contact by Mareike Lienau of Lyk Carpet
Through textiles, the Berlin artisan explores stewardship and storytelling: Her spiral art piece made from fair-trade Nepali wool symbolizes how everyday encounters transform the human perspective.
Giraffe Dusk by Diane von Furstenberg for The Rug Company
A handknotted Tibetan wool rug, its proceeds supporting the World Wildlife Foundation, pays homage to the fashion designer’s iconic wrap dresses via an animal-print motif dug from the archives.
Avant by Kelly Wearstler of Kelly Wearstler
The prolific Los Angeles designer’s Tibetan wool rug inspired by trompe-l’oeil dazzle camouflage comes in standard sizes, of course, but for extra pizzazz it can be custom cut to echo its pattern, as seen here.
Santa Fe by Jennifer Manners of Jennifer Manners Design
From a collection based on the American Southwest, the British designer’s rug—made of Himalayan wool and bamboo silk in a mélange of earthy tones and geometric motifs—takes cues from New Mexico’s state capital.
Plaster by Elizabeth Roberts for Radnor
The Brooklyn-based architect mashed up luxe looks and gently bohemian references to craft a playfully shaped, Goodweave–certified mohair rug with handwoven jute fringe, part of her debut collection, Parlor.
Movement 1 by Lars Myren for Fayette Studio
Rugs by the LM Design Studio founder are a soulful ode to hue and pattern, all completely customizable in colorway, with variations in pile height that suggest depth and indulgent movement.
Candy Wrapper by Josephine Akvama Hoffmeyer for Nomad
A musician turned “color composer,” the File Under Pop founder and creative director curated six new shades, including zesty Lime Juice, for the German carpet brand’s rug made of wool and recycled candy wrappers.
9 Rug Designs That Add Visual Intrigue
Explore these nine artistic compositions that wow underfoot, from rugs made of natural wool and dyes to hand-knotted creations.
These Designer Rugs In Polygonal Shapes Take Inspiration from Incan Architecture
Sentieri, a designer rug collection for Carpet Edition with AMDL, draws on the polygonal masonry of Peru’s Cusco walls.
Ethan Cook Applies His Minimalist, Abstract Style to Rugs for Hay
Ethan Cook explores flatness and the physicality of canvases to rugs in his latest collection for Danish brand Hay.
Abner Henry Teams Up With The Met for Latest Collection
Contemporary design brand Abner Henry collaborates with the Metropolitan Museum of Art on a collection inspired by the institution’s artworks.
An Origami Game Inspires New Seating by MUT Design and Ames
A paper toy’s familiar shape inspires seating that references the game’s folding pyramidal forms courtesy of MUT Design in collaboration with Ames.
Surf Pro Kassia Meador Collaborates on Ethereal Wallpaper
The design of this clay-coated wallpaper explores moments where water meets earth in Eskayel’s collaboration with pro surfer Kassia Meador.