India Mahdavi has cultivated new colorways for Jardin Intérieur, her popular range of modern-day kilims by , the artisanal Parisian flooring house, that debuted in 2015. Though the globe-spanning architect brands the range as “daring,” the demeanor is earthy and approachable. Vin d’Orange is a zesty splash of citrus, while verdant Platane masquerades as moss. Jacinthe reads rose or salmon just as Ancolie teeters between auburn and rust. Composition and construction echo the originals: hand-dyed wool is hand-knotted onto cotton-jute backing with intermingled pile heights, the negative space framing the patterns, an effect accentuated when contrasting colors are specified.
India Mahdavi Adds Daring New Colorways to Her Jardin Intérieur Flooring Line
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