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Nine to Know | Neutral Rugs

  •  We’ve selected nine neutral rugs made from natural materials that you should know, as featured in our Product Library.

    Rugs have the ability to completely transform a room. Both functional and decorative, rugs can soften hardwood floors, define open-plan layouts and provide an integral sense of warmth and comfort. Whether it’s a luxurious handwoven cashmere and silk rug, or a simple looped sisal rug, we’re focusing our attention on a selection of top-tier neutral rugs made from natural materials, ready to ground any living room or bedroom.

    Bedroom | Watch Hill Home by Studio Giancarlo Valle

    The Belgian Adagio Sisal Rug by The Natural Floorcovering Centres is a traditional sisal rug characterised by its chunky basketweave, like this rug featured in the Watch Hill House by Studio Giancarlo Valle. Photography by Stephen Kent Johnson.

    Handwoven in India and made of wool and mohair, the Nahla Rug by Behruz Studio can be custom ordered to any size and colour.

    The Paragon Rug – Birch by Armadillo. Photography courtesy of Armadillo.

    Paragon Rug - Birch Armadillo & Co

    The Paragon Rug – Birch by Armadillo features a delicate fringed detail and a subtle pattern, hand-knotted from wool.

    Beach Life Silver Rug Halcyon Lake

    The Beach Life Silver Rug by Halcyon Lake has been in production for over thirty years. Made in the Netherlands from pure New Zealand wool, this rug is also available in beige.

    City Selected D Rug Halcyon Lake

    The City Selected D Rug is made by Halcyon Lake’s German manufacturers based in Bavaria, who have made rugs by hand since 1840. The result is a meticulously made rug that is hardwearing and easy to care for.

    Available in three different sizes, the Dapple – Sand by Hali Rugs is a reversible flatweave rug that provides texture and warmth to modern living spaces.

    Shibori Rug Behruz Studio

    Inspired by early tribal rugs and textiles, the Shibori Rug by Behruz Studio takes a modern approach to ancient nomadic designs, woven from Mongolian cashmere and silk.

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