For over thirty years, Designer Rugs have complimented the aesthetics of residential homes and commercial spaces throughout the world with rugs of exceptional quality and unique designs. Beginning life as a family business in a small factory in Sydney's inner city in 1986, Designer Rugs now has showrooms across Australia and New Zealand, and it creates for a client base worldwide.
Designer Rugs has built its name on an extensive range of rugs designed in-house, as well as a set of unique collections created in collaboration with some of the best minds in Australia's art, fashion and design industries. This innovative and design focused company has earned an outstanding reputation for producing custom made rugs for private clients and commercial professionals alike. Designer Rugs also provides customers looking for ready made rugs with affordable and creative collections of hand made rugs in a wide variety of styles, influences and sizes. Designer Rugs offers finishes of the highest standards that include New Zealand wool, silk, bamboo and textured yarns. Their offering includes wall to wall axminster carpet, hall and stair runners, and inlay rugs.
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Brisbane-based furniture and accessories brand Markian invites you to look at the world a little differently.
In collaboration with leading Australian rug company, Designer Rugs, Louise Olsen and Stephen Ormandy of Dinosaur Designs, unveil the new artistic Olsen + Ormandy rug collection.
With a new decade dawning, we caught up with Yosi Tal – Managing Director of Designer Rugs, to discuss where the industry has been, where it’s going and how Designer Rugs plans to stay in front of the pack.
From the rich warmth of a pixelated sunset or ethereal otherworldly shapes, to designs inspired by the act of turning a page of a book or even an ice cream – this year’s Evolve Awards were all about patient craft, adventurous spirit, thoughtful geometry and finding inspiration in the most surprising places.
An exploration of geometry and colour, the Carousel Collection from Designer Rugs is reimagining the way we think about rugs.
Oozing personality and pizzazz, this Habitus Loves list of patterns is a great way to create a focal point in any room.
The Norse Collection, four recently launched rug designs by Anna-Carin for Designer Rugs were inspired by the first system of writing developed by the Norsemen.
Think ‘more is more’, but with a method. This Habitus Loves list is a combination of layers, colours and patterns that create a dramatic interior.
As Designer Rugs conducted Evolve Workshops in Australia and New Zealand, attendees gained insight on how to design and create a commercially viable rug.
The interaction between materials and natural light creates a warm and welcoming environment in this family house by Nick Bell Architects.
Inner-east Sydney meets Palm Springs in this eclectic Woollahra residence by Poco Designs featuring custom-made statement rugs from Designer Rugs.
Calling all designers! With $30,000 worth of prizes up for grabs, Designer Rugs wants to see your very best rug designs for its Evolve Awards. Entries open Thursday 14 March and workshops are kicking off across the region now.
Often overlooked, textures can bring fine design up to enviable levels. This Habitus Loves list can add visual weight to any interior setting.
Moody and dramatic, these pieces from designers local and across the globe allude to the cool comforts of retreating to a typified ‘man cave’… whisky in hand.
This range by Designer Rugs and bernabeifreeman pushes boundaries, proving that carpets can be used as a material, motif and medium.
Minnie Pwerle was one of the most celebrated Indigenous artists of her time, at the peak of her career when Designer Rugs launched her ‘Atnwengerrp’ collection, their first range with an Indigenous artist. We speak to artist agent Jenny Hillman, who was instrumental in bringing this collaboration about.
Register for FRONT before this Sunday 22 July and you could win prizes from Living Edge, Designer Rugs, Flos, Herman Miller or Zip Water.
Designer Rugs’ latest collaborative release of luxury hand knotted rugs with Hare + Klein were the focus of a VIP exhibition and party held recently at Sydney’s COMA Gallery.
The launch of Designer Rugs’ latest rug collaboration, with artist Felicia Aroney, is certainly worthy of celebration – and Sydney’s Botanic Garden was an ideal venue for such a shindig.