Editor's Pick

  1. 20 Designs from London

    In case you did not get to see all the shows in London last month here are my 20 favourite products from the London Design Festival, including rugs, textiles and interior goods that could not go unnoticed. 1. The Re Rag Rugs At 100% Design I saw Swedish company Re Rag Rug , who produce rag rugs… Read more »

  2. 10 To See: London Design Festival

    1. 100% Design, Earls Court, 17–20 September The slick design fair was opened this morning by international design guru Philippe Starck. There is work to see by Naomi Paul, Anna Glasbrook and new company selling rag rugs made out of waste from the t-short industry, Re Rag Rug by Studio Brieditis & Evans.  2. Designjunction, Old Sorting Office, New Oxford Street, 17–21… Read more »

  3. Top 10 Rug to Runway Styles

    The world’s largest fashion houses have taken inspiration from traditional carpets and textiles for season upon season. Although it is rarely a predominant theme, it appears from time to time alongside the nomad look, using features such as fringes and tassels.

  4. 10 From Sight Unseen OFFSITE New York

    Sight Unseen OFFSITE is produced and curated annually by Monica Khemsurov and Jill Singer of the online design magazine Sight Unseen to coincide with the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) and NYCxDESIGN

  5. 12 Interior Trends for 2014

    Whether or not you pay attention to trends within the rug and textiles markets it is always interesting to note how concepts, whether they be colour, design or construction, become popular during one season or for one year. The cross fertilisation of ideas between fashion, interiors and rugs is in evidence here, where we look at some current looks for 2014.

  6. Interior Innovation Award 2014 Winners

    The German Design Council announced the winners of this renowned award at imm Cologne; here we present 11 stand out products from the prize winners.      

  7. The Best Textile Blogs

    Information online may be free but the sheer volume of it often means it is hard to find the most inspiring ideas amongst a mass of data. Here COVER reveals Denna Jones’ report on the best textile blogs from the recently released COVER 33. Please click on the image below. 

  8. London Design Festival 2013: 10 of the Best

    The London Design Festival comprises a multitude of fairs, exhibitions and satellite events. Here we distill the events of the 2013 edition in our brief selection of the top ten rugs, textiles and related designs.

  9. New Designers means New Ideas

    Taking place throughout June and July, New Designers at Business Design Centre in Islington, London is the UK’s highly respected graduate design show at which students present the fruits of their three year’s of research and study.

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