ABC Carpet & Home regards the home as a mirror of sorts—a reflection of our personal vision, as well as a refuge. To that end, in 2003 the New York City-based furniture company committed itself to a socially responsible business program that involves using recycled, sustainable materials, conserving energy, and promoting greater awareness of important environmental and health issues. Hemp, soy, organic cotton, and linen are just some of the naturally produced materials found in ABC’s incredibly diverse product line, which covers everything from furniture to home accessories to air purifiers. Made exclusively for ABC Carpet & Home, handwoven Zollanvari Gabbeh rugs are recognized for their plush pile and beautiful abrash (the color variations that arise from natural vegetable dyes taking to handspun wool) and complement both contemporary and traditional decor.
As much folk-art as functional design, these one-of-a-kind rugs offer unconventional interpretations of the American flag. Each is handmade by Turkish artisans from recycled textile remnants; the results are a beautiful jumble of color, pattern, form and texture. A Gilt Home exclusive, the rugs are part of ABC Carpet & Home’s Project Americana, which aims to encourage creative expression and preserve traditional arts.
There’s something for everyone at this blowout sale, which features selections from more than 50 top bedding, furniture, kitchenware, stationery and textile companies. Choose from storied names like ABC Carpet & Home, Barclay Butera and Sferra, or sample newcomers like Aviva Stanoff and Artecnica. If it has to do with luxury living, you’ll find it here.
Whatever your carpet needs, we have you covered with this sale of handwoven rugs. Styles range from contemporary and transitional to traditional and tribal, with bold motifs and exhilarating colors a common thread.
If it’s floor coverings you want, it’s floor coverings you’ll get with this multivendor collection that will fulfill your every rug need. Choose from indoor and outdoor options in a host of styles, colors and materials. Standouts include wool orientals, thick flokatis, natural jute numbers and one-of-a-kind flag rugs made by Turkish artisans from recycled textile scraps.