Patterned rectangular rug
Since the 1980s, we have surrounded ourselves with talented designers who, in the carpet, found a new means of expression. Our brand new arrival Florence Bourel puts her signature to an ethno-chic collection with explosive colours and graphics, providing a touch of bohemian spirit. Fréderic Ruyant gives us a new take on 1950s themes, endowing his collection with a lived-out feel through the faded colours and looped pile. Eric Gizard redefines contemporary codes on timeless, ecological carpets knotted in raw, sensual wool. In this way, each individual brings their own sensitivity and vision of the time, redefining the modern state of the carpet today.
Florence Bourel continues her world tour of traditional motifs with the Osaka rug. Here, she draws upon the rigour and richness of Japanese motifs, in terms of both graphic research and the handling of the values of indigo. The rug is hand tufted from New Zealand wool and vegetable silk to give it a brilliant finish, playing on a wide range of textures and juxtaposing the effects of bouclé and shorn pile.
Material: 100% Wool NZ and artsilk