From classic Persian designs to modern interpretations of Chinese latticework, Feizy Rugs are made using centuries-old techniques and luxe materials. Artisans in the Middle East, India, and Tibet hand-loom and hand-tuft pieces using silk and New Zealand wool. Some of the Dallas-based company’s styles reference the past, but many reflect what’s hot now: oversize flowers, chandeliers, and metallics. If pattern isn’t your thing, Feizy also has solids, including shags with various levels of pile.
A rug sets a room’s tone and adds texture to a space — and you can hit just the right note here with Feizy’s floor coverings, which combine Old World sensibilities and contemporary styling. For this sale, we've picked an eclectic mix featuring a variety of color palettes and a range of patterns.
A rug sets a room’s tone and adds texture to a space, and you can hit just the right note here with Feizy’s floor coverings, which combine Old World sensibilities and contemporary styling. For this sale, we've picked an eclectic mix featuring a variety of color palettes and a range of patterns, from classic botanical motifs to fresh, modern geometrics.
Why not a little shag? Our buyers have collected a glorious bunch of retro rugs in psychedelic hues, soothing neutrals, and some that go even farther afield.
Here at Gilt Home, we’re major fans of Lonny magazine and its globally inspired aesthetic. So we asked the three of the magazine's editors to curate sales, each based on a locale from their July/August travel issue: SoCal, Scandinavia, and Paris. For this sale — SoCal — natural textures and a beachy, breezy vibe rule the day. "The natural materials and textures of these household items — such as the UMA blown glass table lamp wrapped in knotted rope — reflect the indoor/outdoor lifestyle and organic influences of Southern California," says Kaylie McGaw, Lonny's associate editor. For more inspiration and ideas from the editors, visit our blog, The Fifth Floor, at: gilt.com/blog/home