A native of Jerusalem, Liora Manné began her career designing textiles for New York’s fashion industry. Turning her talents to her own line of fabrics, she invented a process called Lamontage that combines handmade artistry with high-tech needle-punching; the result was a non-woven acrylic textile that is as beautiful as it is sturdy. In 1997 Manné stepped into the world of rugs, designing hand-knotted, hand-tufted, and machine-loomed floor coverings. She’s also recently added handbags, shoes, and cuff bracelets to her repertoire.
What do you get when you mix Old World influences with modern whimsy? These one-of-a-kind rugs for kids and tweens, each of which is handmade by the family-owned brand. In today’s mix: a round train-inspired number, a retro flower-power design, and super-plush shags in pink and baby blue.
Conflicted over whether you want a solid or a printed rug? A tonal look may be just what you’re looking for. To that end, these tone-on-tone floor coverings impress with their saturated, gradated hues. They’ll add plenty of visual interest to any room, without going over the top.
Want to transform the look of your room? Don’t neglect the floor: Put down a statement-making rug. To that end, the bold, geometric-printed options on offer here will seriously energize your space.
Momeni's handmade floor coverings are brilliant investments, as they transcend fleeting trends and truly stand the test of time. There’s a range of styles to suit a variety of spaces, from manor house to modern bedroom.