For a design lover, a house may never become a home without those finishing touches – and a custom solution is often the best way to go. In the process of finalising your home, any number of products or finishes could serve as that final objet d’art, and these six one-off pieces from Designer Rugs are examples of just that – the original designs have been custom coloured to perfectly suit the final project and are as unique and aesthetically pleasing as they are functional furnishings for the modern home.
Project: Melbourne House
Designer: Greg Natale
Original design: London by Greg Natale
A sophisticated, moody vibe with plenty of timber panelling gives the Melbourne House an indisputable charm throughout its two-storey, seven-bedroom space. The charcoal and grey from the designer’s own London Designer Rugs piece offset the warm timber with a contemporary edge
Project: Milson’s Point Luxe Apartment
Designer: Lynne Bradley Interiors
Original design: Persian from the Saffron collection
A generously proportioned and light filled apartment that boasts panoramic views of Sydney Harbour that has been transformed into into an elegant, comfortable and sumptuously appointed space that with contemporary style. The Persian rug bridged the design to the oceanic colours of the harbour.
Project: Five Dock Residence
Designer: Coco Republic
Original design: Kazakhstan from the Pavement collection
Thie deluxe, dramatic design for a young family in Sydney’s Inner West saw the creation of a series of striking spaces for entertaining guests, whilst still retaining a functioning family home – set off by the Kazakhstan Designer Rugs piece.
Project: Heritage Property Brisbane
Designer: Lousie Walsh Interiors
Original design: Serendipity by Sara Marriott
The interior of this heritage listed property pays homage to tradition whilst still combining contemporary and classic furniture pieces. The careful restoration ensures longevity of a Brisbane landmark, and with, the Serendipity rug, includes a fun abstract sense of style.
Project: Contemporary Melbourne
Designer: Hare and Klein
Original design: Grandma’s Closet from the Bella Vista collection
The clients’ collection of art, books and artefacts informed the interior of this contemporary home design in Melbourne City. With decorative finishes from hare and Klein, including the Grandma’s Closet rug, the space is transformed into a warm and comfortable home.
Project: Tennyson Point
Designer: Jillian Dinkel Designs
Original design: Attic from the Transient collection
The lounge room in this Tennyson Point home was redesigned with lightning as a requirement, and the brightening throughout is a gorgeous change. The run of bricks along the arched doorways, highlights the space’s redesign and the Attic Designer Rugs piece completes the vibe.
To begin your custom design journey, get in touch with the expert team at Designer Rugs now!