Mark McMenamin and Athena Waligore -- Interior Design, 2/1/2013 2:00:00 AM
Picture this: 500 new patterns to peruse. it’s just another season for Jaipur Rugs, as the rug maker unveils a full gallery of exhibition-level entries. The traditional origin of Opus is gently updated through a new dyeing process, which mimics the mottled look of vegetable dyes in hand-knotted wool. Classical damask patterns deconstruct into abstraction in Geode, a blend of hand-knotted wool and silk. And in the vendor’s burgeoning flat-weave category, Maroc is a reversible wool inspired by colorful 1960’s graphics, while the jagged geometry of Feza is executed in hemp. Choose from a range of standard sizes and colorways.
Clockwise from Top Left: Geode, Opus, Feza and Maroc