It's easy to unwind in the elegant media room of this Hamptons waterfront retreat.
In this high contrast space, designer Shawn Henderson achieves a balance between the dark and colorfully moody wall/sofa color, and the lighter off-white components that is both striking and soothing.
Henderson uses soft textural elements to add some cozy depth while a linear rigidity draws the eye upwards and across the room allowing one to really take in the entire space.
This is the kind of room that indulges the senses and makes you want to touch everything - to feel the contrast of solid and soft - and to get lost in the wind blowing through the branches outside of the windows.
If I had the perfect adult tree house, this would be it!
The carpet, design number 16058B from our Ingrain Collection, has a sort of natural vibe that is both texturally interesting, and incredibly durable - ready for whatever life brings it's way.
Loving on this space? Here's a closer look at the carpet that grounds it. Upon inspection one can see how the weave itself creates interest that is both intriguing and tough.
This fun bedroom by Fox Nahem Associates uses varying textures and circular forms to create a playfully layered space - the thick knit throw blanket playing off of the bubbly stool, the hand crocheted headboard adornments by Tammy Kanat texturally pairing with the hooked carpet. A circular vase sits atop a round mirrored side table to reflect all of these circles in obscure ways.
Unironically, this well rounded room is grounded by the colorful circles of design number 1174F from our American Hooked Rug Collection.
The 1174 series spins the circle into different vibes by playing with color combination and rigidity of form. It goes from playful, to sophisticated, to calming, to strong and serious. Have a look at some of the other variations on the design.
To view more from this collection, click here.
Everyone's got their own unique style, and their own unique space to work with. Sometimes, there's odd dimensions - a space that's very large, a space that's very small, an unusually angled hallway - and sometimes we just want the perfect fit. With a custom carpet, you can have just that!
The kouhi line of flat woven rugs is fully customizable and fabricated in house for a quick turnaround. Rolls of handwoven fabric are cut and stitched together in any size, shape, configuration, or design of your specification! Our detail oriented team of professionals hand stitch the pieces here in our showroom in NYC, and then work out final touches on site to ensure the perfect fit.
Now for the fun part!!
Choosing which colors or designs you're going to work with, and then putting those pieces together to design something punchy and amazing, as seen in this eclectic space by designer Ryan Lawson is really quite exciting.
Or maybe you'd rather create something less punchy, but still amazing of course. The variety of earth tone options within this line is extensive, so we've got you covered too.
You can view the variety of compositions we've already created for inspiration, or you can let your imagination take you away to create something uniquely fit to your space and personality.
Whatever your end goal for your design project, we're here to help you execute it.
Cutting around the fireplace was an important aesthetic for this client, and a custom made hooked rug in a neutral variation of the timeless interlocking circle pattern was the perfect fit.
The use of jute fiber in design number 1002B10 from our American Hooked Rug Collection compliments the natural texture of the wallpaper perfectly.
Cutting around stair corners is a specialty, and our detail oriented team is always on site to ensure a smooth install.
Design number B-04 from our Braided Collection uses sparing neutral tones within an ivory base create a clean, yet earthy, palette.
Your unique floor plan can be framed - we weave to fit any shape, size, and configuration.
Design number B-06F from our Braided Collection brings color and texture together within the space for a clean, yet interesting base. Dark blues and clean whites bring to mind naval vibes.
Got any corners you wanna cut? Give us a hollar, and let our team of pros get you started on the right ones. Check out the website to act on your inspiration and get started looking at all of our versatile options today.
The naturally rustic vibe of raw wood beams pairs nicely with the casual feel of design number 1040 from our American Hooked Rug Collection in this bedroom by Haver Skolnick Architects.
The red floral elements of the rug compliments the red plaid fabrics without overpowering the space, and the ivory ground color adds a brightness that plays with the sunlight pouring through the windows.
To view this rug on our website click here.
There's a strength that comes with the use of black and red - a sort of statement that says, "I'm here, and I'm ready".
In this bold yet airy entry way, designer Patrick Printy uses the graphic nature of black and red to draw the eye towards individual statement pieces. The colors of the Navajo rug play perfectly with the Asian art on the walls, creating a sort of tension through conversation.
The rigidity of the jagged edges of the design adds a sense of motion to this energetic layout - keeping the eye in constant motion.
To view more from our Navajo - Four Corners collection, click here.
Choosing the right rug for your space always starts with measuring the room it will live in. While this seems like an obvious first step, you'd be surprised how many people glance at a space and take guesses.
The problem with taking guesses is that you may end up with a carpet who's scale doesn't match the space it's in - wether that is too large, or too small, the fit and feel just isn't right and now you're forced to live with it or invest in another carpet.
If you're going for the wall to wall look, then measuring the room accurately is highly important. If it's just an inch or two off in any direction, the end result you're going for will not be achieved.
Sometimes it may not be the room in particular that needs measuring, but the specific space within the room. Maybe you want to delineate separate living areas with floor coverings. One way of deciding what size rug is the best for that space would be to use painters tape to measure out your ideal rug dimensions.
If you're purchasing a new pre-made rug, it's good to keep in mind the standard room sizes available when laying your tape lines. If you're ready to invest in something that's custom made just for you and your space, simply lay the tape exactly where you want the rug to sit. If you're going for an antique rug, the best thing to do is to layout two different tape lines - one for the smallest size you're willing to use, and one for the largest size - and then try all the workable options you find in the space before committing. Even if you're using tape to decide on a rug size, it's still good to double check yourself before heading out to shop.
Better safe than sorry, right?