1. Designer: Frank Gehry for Ferreira de Sá.
Standout: An ink and watercolor sketch by the Gehry Partners founder has been realized in hand-tufted wool, right down to his signature in the corner.
2. Designer: Jan Kath of Jan Kath Design.
Product: Boro Dress 20.
Standout: The Japanese 17th-century technique for patching kimonos finds its contemporary echo in a rug knotted from wool, silk, and nettle fibers.
3. Designer: Justina Blakeney for Loloi Rugs.
Standout: Known for her bohemian style and Jungalow blog, this designer reinterpreted Moroccan tribal wool rugs in durable polyester.
4. Designer: Hopie and Lily Stockman of Block Shop.
Standout: Though this rug is woven and dyed by hand in an Indian desert, it was an American artist, Sol LeWitt, who inspired the California sisters.
5. Designer: Coco for Capel.
Product: Color Block.
Standout: The anonymous Los Angeles blogger behind Cococozy further delves into flooring with a heathered take on neutrals, rendered in pure wool.