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    The Gang's All Here: 7 Eclectic Designer Rugs and Carpets

    Condensation on a cold windowpane. The intricate wiring of electric circuit boards. A post modern mash-up of William Shakespeare and tribal Africa. Such eclectic inspirations fueled a host of designers teaming up with various manufacturers. Jonathan Adler applies hisg roovy vibe and bold color sense to deco-esque prints for the Rug Company, Interior Design Hall of Famers Bunny Williams and Clodagh collaborate with Doris Leslie Blau and Bentley, respectively, and graphics legend Milton Glaser joins Nanimarquina for the afore mentioned culture clash with the Bard. Materials even go high-touch: Witness Geoffrey Bradfield’s tactile hair-on hide.

    Kyle BuntingTH1. Layla rug in hair-on-hide in blue by Kyle Bunting; designed by Geoffrey Bradfield.
















    Barberini Gunnell TH2. Transistor rug in wool-silk in gray and white by Barberini & Gunnell; designed by Francesco Barberini & Nina Alexandra Gunnell.
















    NanimarquinaTH3. Shakespeare in Africa rug in wool by Nanimarquina; designed by Milton Glaser.



































    BentleyTH4. Monolith broadloom in nylon by Bentley; designed by Clodagh.























    RugCompanyTH5. Harlequin rug hand-knotted in wool in Multi by the Rug Company; designed by Jonathan Adler.















    DorisLeslieBlauTH 6. Sundance Stripe flat-woven in wool by Doris Leslie Blau; designed by Bunny Williams.

















    TaniaJohnsonDesignTH7. Trickle rug in a wool-silk blend in light brown, white, and silver by Tania Johnson Design; designed by Tania Johnson.














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