New Design:

Introducing Cecil

The Knit & Purl Collection is inspired by Lucy’s Kiwi grandmother, who would spend countless hours knitting for the family in her youth. The texture of the rugs in this collection feel just like a big woolly jumper (that’s Kiwi for sweater).

Feel Texture

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Black & White

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Blue

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Oatmeal

New Project:

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Our client chose the Torbay design in 9 tonal blues, to decorate their multi-use office space in downtown Manhattan. Hand-tufted in NZ wool, the large area rug was produced with varying pile heights for an organic, textural surface.

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Featured Collections:

Born from a rare collaboration with this preeminent New Zealand artist, these designs were carefully selected from Max Gimblett's colorful works of ink on paper.

Keeping it in the family (literally), the first two designs of this collection are named after Lucy’s mum, Beryl, and her dearest Great Auntie, Edna.

Recent Projects:

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The Hub

Lobby

Denver’s Rino Art District is the vibrant home for this creative, mixed-use space. Inside the lobby you’ll find the bold, colorful Wanaka and Clyde rugs from our Duncan Collection. Made from New Zealand wool and nylon, their construction holds up to this high-energy setting.

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East Village

Multiple Rooms

The edgy vibe of this downtown NYC neighborhood is a great setting for our Rongotai and Oriental Bay designs. The pattern was not only used for the custom rugs, made from from 100% New Zealand wool, but also repeated in decorative elements throughout the newly-renovated home.

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Neiman Marcus

The Zodiac Room

Hudson Yards is the biggest, private real estate development in the U.S... and now home to three of our bespoke inset carpets. Custom-fitted for The Zodiac Room – Neiman Marcus' fine-dining restaurant – these hand-tufted rugs in NZ wool and nylon are subtle accents to this modern Manhattan space.