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.
Playfully printed handmade accents to instantly transform their rooms.
Playfully printed handmade accents bring a jolt of color to their rooms.