Eight designers share their newest flooring products.
Standout: Motifs in nature, such as trees and the sun’s rays, were the launching points for the pattern of the Pietro Russo Design founder’s rug, hand-tufted of wool and available in two standard sizes.
Product: Composition IX. II
Standout: Nods to fellow Russians Wassily Kandinsky and Kazimir Malevich inform the Angelina Askeri Interiors namesake’s rug, part of a limited edition handwoven of New Zealand wool, Chinese silk, and metallic yarn.
Product: Ponte and Starburst
Standout: The designer and HGTV star’s third collection for the brand points to art deco, its angular brass-trimmed configuration in Carrara and Nero Marquina marbles and white porcelain set on 24-inch-square tile.
Standout: Japanese calligraphy influenced the paintings of the Design Milk blog founder and self-taught abstract artist, now translated into a rug hand-knotted of New Zealand wool and silk.
Designer: Jill Malek
Standout: Well-known for her wall coverings, it’s fitting that one of the New York designer’s patterns has morphed into a rug, its droplets in recycled sari silk populating a ground of handwoven wool and cotton.
Standout: The painter and textile designer has teamed up with the doyenne of domestic decor on a collection of bedding, accessories, and rugs, one of the latter shown in hand-knotted wool and inspired by her own art.
Product: Snake & Pomegranate
Standout: After her 2016 departure from Commune, which she co-founded, the Studio Shamshiri principal now has her own buzzing interiors practice as well as a rug collection that includes this mythology-inspired one in wool and silk.
Designer: Erik Lindström of Lindström Rugs
Standout: The founder and designer’s latest rug collection, Epidermis, celebrates the anatomy, particularly that of the arctic narwhal, rendered in
hand-knotted Tibetan wool and mulberry silk in an apt oceanic palette.