This year is a learning curve for everyone in so many aspects of life; and now as we find ourselves in a time which traditionally represents back to school, we are learning that changing our traditions is not as easy as we would like it to be.
As our homes become our classrooms, we are pushing ourselves to change the ways that we and our children learn and grow.
It's no secret that basic geometry, bright colors, and interesting textures can enhance creative thought and critical thinking. That's why we're sharing designs which bring us back to the basics of learning.
Colors can enhance our mood too. Lively colors promote a healthy level of energy - which is more important than ever in a world where classes involve sitting in front of a computer all day long.
If we can promote happiness and creativity through the spaces we live (and now work, learn, and play) in, perhaps we can retain some sort of normalcy within the balance of our wold.
Let's try to design spaces which aid us in navigating this new and strange normal.
Let's make it a priority to create compelling spaces to help us do that.
Lets celebrate all the vibrant things that there are to be grateful for in life, by filling our homes with color!
Lets embrace the unexpected new ways of learning in a way that enriches our souls.
While we may still be adjusting to the new systems that we find ourselves navigating, there's no reason we can't have fun while we do that in the most efficient way possible.
Bringing bold colors and basic shapes into our interior environments just might be the basic building blocks we need to move forward into this new system of education we find ourselves in, and may even enhance our learning curve in a positive way.
This month we are excited to introduce some new arrivals in the way of our Four Corners collection.
The Four Corners Collection of flatwoven rugs are inspired by the designs and methods of traditional American Navajo weavings. While some of our designs are directly based off of antiques from the inventory of our sister company, Antique Rug Studio, others are an abstraction of the style.
The Shaker Collection is a simple, and comfortable line of floor coverings, inspired by traditional American Rag Rugs. Durable and easy to work with, much of the charm of these pieces comes from the variation of color found within – as well as the memory of a space you may have known in your past.