Botanical Rugs Trend
Bright blooms and branches remind us that the winter months are dwindling as foliage grows at our feet. Bold impressions of the natural world are a breath of fresh air for Spring 2015.
We were inundated with submissions following our request for botanical designs on carpets and textiles for COVER 38 and the vibrant interpretations of flora and fauna are spreading all around. Here are some additional examples of the growing trend for laying undergrowth underfoot with botanical rugs.
An erratum in COVER 38 meant that the Divâne rug by Galerie Chevalier was miscredited. The correct credit for this rug can be found below.
Divâne rug, Galerie Chevalier, www.galerie-chevalier.com, www.cbparsua.com
Exotic rug, Chevalier Edition, www.chevalier-edition.com
Orchid, The Royal Horticultural Society Lindley Collection, The Moorland Rug Company Ltd, www.moorland-rugs.co.uk
Fantasia rug, Wool & Silk, www.woolandsilkrugs.com
Centennial rug, Surya, www.surya.com
Bespoke wallpaper for the South London Botanical Institute in Brixton, Augusta Akerman, www.augustaakerman.com
Flora rug, New Moon, www.newmoonrugs.com
Little Field of Flowers rug by Tord Boontje, nanimarquina, www.nanimarquina.com
Floral Patchwork rug, ICE International, www.rugs.nl
Great Toile fabric, Bennison Fabrics, www.bennisonfabrics.com
Devils Bit Scabious, Deirdre Dyson, www.deirdredyson.com
Galloway fabric collection, Morag Macpherson, www.moragmacpherson.com
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