It goes without saying, but the Salone Internazionale del Mobile furniture show in Milan is an exciting experience for everyone who attends, especially those who are in the design and interiors industries. For Eric Kole and Jason Claire, it’s a chance to see what’s new from well-established manufacturers and to see who’s new in the world of design.
This year they came back with some new lines for the store (more to come on that later) as well as several trends to share with you all. Here’s a small recap…
The rugs at the show were deeply jewel-toned and monochromatic. What was most interesting about them, however, was the way in which they were distressed. Many looked almost threadbare in the treatment of their surfaces. Regardless of how “worn” the rug was, though, there was still a beautiful color or pattern visible.
If you’re one to keep your furniture fairly neutral, a vibrant rug is a great way to bring color to a room.
There’s just a couple of trends left from Milan. Check back with Design Clique to see what it is!
…with a new rug from Vastu!
This “Mixer” rug is 5′ x 7.5′, is made of grey and black Indian Wool with Viscose Accents and was hand-tufted in India.
It was originally $1650, but can be yours today for only $750!
Have you ever wanted to visit New Zealand, but can’t seem to find the time or money to make the trip? How about bringing a little bit of New Zealand into your home?
Ascend Rugs are 100% handmade custom area rugs made from the best New Zealand wool. They carry a collection of rugs called Textures of Nature which would be perfect for introducing lush textures into your home. This collection includes rugs with names like Vines, Koru, and Moeraki. Using high quality wools, bamboo fibers and silks, Ascend recreates looks and textures from their beautiful country.
Read below for more rug descriptions and sample images! Read more