Matrix is pattern that we designed a million years ago but it will never go out of style. Especially in blue and white.
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We recently had a chance to make this stunning entry rug for Colleen Knowles Interior Design.
The client wanted a thinner version to clear the door. This also created a sleeker look. See options above.
It’s the first rug we have woven on our new 10’ loom, “Suzy”.
It’s all about bringing nature inside.
Houseplants, our domesticated forest friends, bring fresh air and the peace of the natural world into your home. In this Pueblo Runner for a Mudroom, we brought the colors of greenery down to the ground. Combining willow and moss, olive and artichoke, this rug suggests new growth.
For this project, the interior designer wanted options: traditional greens and dark reds. With red and green being complementary colors, both would likely work in the same room but bring drastically different feels. In the end, of course, they went with the green. The colors of the seedling sprout are more relaxing. The shades give a more decompressing feel.
This particular pattern and color combination is evocative of lush canyons and mountain trails. Thinking of National Parks, valleys are covered in evergreens and shrubbery. Thinking smaller, ivy and pine create valleys around trails through the forest.
The Pueblo runner will make a nice transition from outdoors to interior. Mudrooms are a convenient place to keep shoes, boots, jackets, and hats. Your outdoor accoutrements. In a room to keep the gear you want to go outside, it is shrewd to bring a sense of earthiness.
More than ever, houseplants are featured in our homes. The Cool Hunter thinks this trend is because “we crave more nature in our lives.” It is well established that we humans feel better spending time around plants. So it is no wonder we want to incorporate nature in our textiles, too.