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Eight Standout Flooring Products from Top Designers

We’ve rounded up the hottest products from top flooring designers in 2019.

Designer: Julia Tonconogy of JT. Pfeiffer 

Product: Amelia

Standout: Don’t be fooled by the jagged configuration on the company creative director’s rug, as it’s ren­dered in luxe Tibetan wool and Indian silk.

Designer: Ilse Crawford for Nanimarquina

Product: Wellbeing

Standout: Free of any bleaches or dyes, the h rug by the Studioilse founder is hand-knotted of Afghan wool.

Designer: Kelly Wearstler for The Rug Company

Product: Bravado Graphite

Standout: Inspired by the custom runner in the designer’s own home, the rug’s high-energy bands in dark and light shades are Tibetan wool.

Designer: Raphael Navot for Roche Bobois

Product: Merge Dawn

Standout: Part of the multidisciplinary designer’s Nativ collection, the wool-blend rug interprets sunrise with the gestural approach of an abstract painter.

Designer: Rodger Stevens for Lindström Rugs

Product: Embrace

Standout: The Parsons School of Design–trained sculptor switches medi­ums from wire to hand-knotted Tibetan wool, but retains his artwork’s signa­ture loops and twists.



Designer: Rodolfo Dordoni for Amini

Product: RD Shade 

Standout: Geometric shapes in fiery tones appear to overlap in the prolific Milanese architect’s rug formed from hand-twisted Tibetan wool.

 

Designer: Martino Gamper for CC-Tapis

Product: Xequer

Standout: Don’t be fooled by the jagged configuration on the company creative director’s rug, as it’s ren­dered in luxe Tibetan wool and Indian silk.

Designer: Matt Berman and Andrew Kotchen for Warp & Weft 

Product: Tidal A

Standout: Don’t be fooled by the jagged configuration on the company creative director’s rug, as it’s ren­dered in luxe Tibetan wool and Indian silk.



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