We’ve handpicked nine textural rugs crafted using age old weaving techniques.
We’re tapping into the inherent appeal of textural rugs. Grounding our spaces through natural fibres and the tactility of ancient weaving techniques, we’ve selected nine of our favourite textural rugs from our go-to Product Library.
The Terra rug, a collaboration between Armadillo and London-based studio House of Grey, is handcrafted from fine jute with a tousled fringe. Its natural texture is inspired by the grounding feeling of walking on sand, grass and soil paths.
Designed by Patricia Urquiola in 2009, the GAN Mangas Original Spaces rug draws inspiration from hand-woven sweaters and finds three-dimensional form in the collection’s poufs.
Influenced by tribal masks on display in the Gold Museum in Bogotá, Columbia, the Halcyon Lake Nudo White Beige Caramel is part of the Nudo collection by Sebastian Herkner. The colour blocking design is created using wool processing techniques.
The Ninimarquina Tres Vegetal is made from hemp, a hand-spun fibre chosen for its biodegradable nature that’s both lightweight and durable. There is an appealing rawness to the irregularities in the crossing of the hemp fibres and their different thicknesses.
The Tigmi Trading Kuepper Baladi rug is soft and thick underfoot, hand-spun by a Women’s Cooperative in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. The pile is kept long, so its texture is dense and comfortable.