5 interior and rug trends for 2022
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Erik Lindström x Elena Manferdini
The second edition of COVER Connect New York will take place at The Metropolitan Pavilion in Manhattan on 11-13 September 2022
Floor plan by Johanna Ulfsak featured in the Adorno London 2021 event back in September as part of the London Design Festival
Stefan Amstad, rug buyer for furniture retailer Möbel Pfister AG, discusses how he has observed the pandemic change rug buying and how he sees 2022 playing out
The first major survey exhibition of sculptural textile work by acclaimed artist Anna Ray is currently on at the St Albans Museum + Gallery
COVER speaks to Bernardo Longueira about his interest in spaces with a special focus on his use of contemporary rugs
Dutch design studio Visser & Meijwaard’s new rug collection Lint for Moooi Carpets is anything but dull
Today it was announced that Domotex 2022 has been cancelled, the show will no longer be happening in January as planned.
COVER editor Lucy Upward, looks at five key interior and rug design looks for the new year
Textile designer Milla Novo’s installation at Edit Napoli in October included a range of rugs made by Moooi Carpets
COVER ISSUE 65 OUT NOW
COVER 65 highlights include Wool & Silk’s After Hours Collection, representing the paintings of Laura Wait, Cadrys’ Supergraphics rugs with Studio Shand and Rib by Besau Marguerre for Reuber Henning. Zollanvari celebrates 75 years of rug excellence with seven fabulous new collections for 2022 while Jürgen Dahlmanns of Rug Star discusses the striking MZ Collection created with Mary Zio. We take a look at Edelgrund’s beautiful aesthetic, Tissage’s impressive rebrand, Lapchi’s stylish new launches and the latest eye-catching rugs by textile artist Trish Andersen. Upcoming design events that come under the spotlight include COVER Curates, Las Vegas Market, Maison et Objet and Jan Kath’s Family Affair. Our Trends pages celebrates the colour orange while we report on September’s Kips Bay Decorator Show House Dallas and talk to interior designer Courtnay Tartt Elias about colour and rug choices.