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With less than a month to go before the release of Baz Luhrmann’s film adaption of The Great Gatsby, the Deco collection from Designer Rugs strikes a chord of glamorous nostalgia.
Detailed yet restrained, the Baxter hand knot rugs marry luxuriant wool and silk with a beautiful, intriguing design.
Following the success of their first and second collaborations in 2006 and 2010, Designer Rugs and Dinosaur Designs have released The Studio Collection.
The 2012 collection of rugs designed by the winners of the Evolve competition are vibrant, geometric and luscious.
Ranging from Deco to Tribal, these rugs marry bold, bright and refined aesthetics with superb traditional craftsmanship.
Designer Rugs’ Saffron Collection marries the brand’s reputation for excellence in quality and design with an affordable price tag.
Industry leading Designer Rugs, established in 1986, continues its successful collaboration with one of Australia’s most recognised and feted designers, Akira Isogawa.
The grandeur of the ‘Iona’ residence in Darlinghurst made the perfect backdrop for the roaring twenties charm of Designer Rugs’ new collection.
Designer Rugs’ latest designer collaboration results in a rich, sumptuous series of rugs that capture the glamorous aesthetic of their namesake.
WIth a number of environmental, health and comfort advantages over it’s synthetic competitors, wool remains the superior choice in many applications. It also feels phenomenal under your toes.
While a dizzying array of new synthetic materials whittle away at the economic bottom line, there are more and more reasons to stick with wool.
Designer Rugs has collaborated with some of the most illustrious names in Australian design. Now following successful collaborations with Easton Pearson, Akira Isogawa and Alex Perry they have created a collection with Caroline Baum.
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Workshopped re-introduces selected pieces from iconic Australian designer Tony Parker.
What do you get when you combine the traditional art of woodcraft, with cutting edge technology, and modern designer flooring? The answer is ”Antique Floors” by John Fredriksson.
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