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Four from the free for all Hotlist

June 09, 2017

The summer issue of COVER magazine is available for free via Exact Editions. Here is a taster four of the brightest rugs and textiles right now as featured in Hotlist

The summer issue of COVER magazine features the best carpets & textiles for interiors worldwide and this digital edition is available for free via Exact EditionsHere is a taster four of the brightest rugs and textiles right now as featured in the COVER 47 Hotlist:

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Straight from the front cover is Neptune, the first of six Piscine rugs from Countach Studio based on a variety of existing swimming pools. French designer Malak Mebkhout, inspired by artist David Hockney, based this first design on the monumental pool of Hearst Castle in California.

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An intriguing trompe l’oeil design, Staircase explores the boundary between illusion and reality. The handknotted rug, featuring 45 different shades of grey in wool and silk is the result of a second collaboration between two Berlin companies; rug brand Reuber Henning and fashion label Bless.

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The new Super-Texture collection of throws and cushions by Tom Dixon is the brand’s first foray into weaving, sewing and embellishing in a series of velvets, boucles and knits. The different elements are designed to fit together when layered and combined.

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At Salone del Mobile in April Milanese brand cc-tapis showed off a vast array of new rug designs. The One by New York-based designer Alex Proba was a COVER favourite. Reflecting Proba’s colourful and graphic work, it features a variety of patterns that have the appearance of varying textures.

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