Archive for Rugs

Íria Carpet

These rugs are characterised by the carefully formal line defined by Mobles 114 Barcelona. Manufactured in the traditional style, using fibres of the highest quality (100% New Zealand wool) and woven employing various techniques to achieve a range of textures and designs, without detracting from the contemporary nature of the language. Iria is handmade using handtufting system with approx. 15mm wool pile height.


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Cameleon carpet

Carpet quality Caméléon characterizes the same thing as its animal namesake: it changes colour!! Subtle or explicit, in every desirable shape. Rugs Couture.

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Jet set Carpets


Sleek, elegant designs are merged into hand-woven and hand-tufted rugs in 100, 80 or 60 knots per inch quality from Silk, Himalayan or New Zealand wool. Create a one-of-a-kind, custom colorway from a palette of over 175 colors. Karma carpets.

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Hell carpet


The Hell carpet features six or seven colours that run from dark blood red to pale golden yellow. Each coloured block is clearly sculpted from the luxurious pile and cut to its own height. This creates a dynamic texture that emphasises the simple graphic pattern for an alluring effect.


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This collection, clearly inspired by polka dots, results from the exploration of a third dimension adding volume the dots. The result is a series of practically flat rugs with a different touch provided by the coloured polka dots that stand out, giving the impression of movement that varies according to the lighting. Available in two versions, either multicoloured or two shades of the same colour, enabling them to be combined with colourful as well as neutral and delicate décors while always offering a unique and novel appearance. Nani Marquina

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“Come in” / “Go away” Doormat


We all know the obligatory dinners with the uninvited relatives,  right? For those moments when you just wish for them to leave, the SUCK UK team has come up with an innovative and unique way to tell the guests, in a more polite way to go home. This doormat reads differently depending whether you are walking in or out of the house.
It’s got to be seen to be believed but from one side this really does read “Come In” and from the other “Go Away”. And when you have finished marvelling at this remarkable feat of graphic design you can wipe the mud from your boots too!! It’s an original way to invite into the house and then get rid of the guests.:)

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Legacy of Starry Crowns Collection

christine_rm.jpgThe Legacy of Starry Crowns Collection honors the elegant, eternal simplicity of the quilts produced by the Amish women of Lancaster County during the early 1900’s. Each carpet has been given the name of a woman from Lancaster County from the time period. These enduring carpets are equally at home in a wide variety of interiors, from a contemporary urban loft to a country cottage. Colors, Elegancy, Beauty.

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