Four rugs for October

October 20, 2023

COVER picks four new rugs for the colder weather

The summer is officially over and now autumn/fall is in full swing, we are back to focusing on our indoor spaces. Here are four recently released rugs that remind us of grey misty mornings and tawny colours of the colder season. 

Autumn Ward Gray

Autumn by Ward & Gray

Ward & Gray are New York-based interior designers Christie Ward and Staver Gray. Many of the duo’s interior projects feature beautiful antique design rugs so it is no surprise that their first rug collection focuses heavily on antique and vintage looks with beautiful textures. Autumn from the collection is a sumac braided sisal rug with a hand-knotted New Zealand wool overlay, made in India. The pattern was inspired by a collection of vintage Swedish herbarium sheets rendered in fiery Autumn hues.

Macondo Warli

Macondo by Warli 

Warli’s new dhurrie design collection, Macondo is designed by Paolo Zani to transform your environment with ‘the warmth of a Berber tent’. The flatwoven designs are irregular in shape, with varied textures and colours assembled for similarity or contrast, and fringes where they should not be. Made of wool and viscose, Macondo is available in different colour combinations.

Layers Studio Piet Boon x cc tapis

Layers by Studio Piet Boon x cc-tapis

The Layers collection is a rug system that was designed by Amsterdam-based Studio Piet Boon with the contract department of cc-tapis. In the grey on grey (‘dust’ on ‘smoke’) designs in three different shapes, new levels of ‘perfect imperfections’ are celebrated in hand-tufted wool and tencel. 

Promenade Espresso Creative Matters Inc

Promenade Espresso by Creative Matters Inc

During COVER Connect New York in September, Canadian brand Creative Matters Inc revealed three new hand-knotted collections including the Vista Collection from Afghanistan woven in the Persian knot using local Ghazni wool. With its refined aesthetic, Promenade ‘reflects the energy and movement that encompass urban living’. 

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