With its commitment to craftsmanship, Momeni hand-makes every rug, be it a super-luxe Persian carpet or a polypropylene outdoor runner. The family-owned company draws its design inspiration from Eastern and Western textiles like Turkish kilims and Native American blankets, as well as from more everyday sources such as cobblestone streets. And although Momeni weaves the majority of its indoor floor coverings from silk and New Zealand wool, (including its traditional Asian and European patterns), it also creates a few from acrylic (mainly its children's and tween lines). But whatever the material and whatever the use, Momeni rugs reflect a timeless love of texture and artistry.
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.
New York–based designer Philip Gorrivan is known for creating spaces that are luxurious yet livable, with a mix of classical elements and contemporary touches. Here, he has curated a mix of furnishings, lighting, and accessories that’ll enable you to create that same blend of elegance and ease. Sculptural shapes, soft colors, and a touch of whimsy define the lot.
Beautiful rooms often begin with beautiful rugs. Here, the variety of styles is rich, ranging from modern, two-dimensional graphics and animal prints to nubbly, textural shags. But each design is also unique, a one-of-a-kind, hand-tufted covering made from durable New Zealand wool.