Lucy Tupu Camo Tote Bag
Use it for shopping or a day at the beach – this great all-purpose bag will stand up to years of rugged use. Comes in two sizes, depending on your toting needs.
New: Thompson Collection
New Residential Project:
Brooklyn’s DUMBO neighborhood is home to the client who was looking to add a playful element to the stairwell of their beautiful, modern duplex. The family fell in love with our Tui Iti design, choosing vibrant, geometric tones floating above a deep purple backdrop. The final piece reads like a stream flowing into a cool puddle at the bottom of the stairs.
New Commercial Project:
Dock 72 - BNY
Located in the dynamic industrial landscape of the Brooklyn Navy Yard, whose shipyard roots date back to the 19th century, these bold custom rugs were designed to inhabit a rugged space. They are made of 100% Tibetan wool, in a flat-woven texture for high durability, and carry symbolic markings taken from well-known ship hulls built at this site.
Max Gimblett x Lucy Tupu
In 2018 we launched our first collaboration with the preeminent artist and national treasure of Aotearoa, New Zealand, Max Gimblett. We are excited to share news that two rugs from this collection, Silver Moons and Upright are in the windows of Te Papa and will be on display until June 20th. To compliment the rugs are several Flax cubes from our furniture line. And if you just want a smaller version of the Max Gimblett collection there are art cards and posters available in Te Papa Store!
Cey Adams draws inspiration from 60’s pop art, sign painting, comic books and pop culture. His work also includes themes of race and gender relations, as well as cultural and community issues.
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.
A close Kiwi friend of ours was looking for something with a New Zealand/Polynesian influence. She landed on Oriental Bay, hand-tufted in custom tones. The piece was fabricated in NZ wool and Tencel for a durable, silk-like sheen. In the end, the rug really zhooshed up the living room… though most of that credit really goes to her stately puppy, ‘Puku’.
We produced four large-scale area rugs for this New York office’s co-working, lounge and conference room spaces. The geometric designs follow a repetition which recalls an architectural aesthetic, in a warm and subdued color palette. These rugs not only make a statement, but are made to withstand medium-to-high traffic working environments.
This client chose our retro Cuba St design for their Dallas home's living room. In an ombre-styled blend of custom gold and yellow tones, the area rug is a playful addition to its quirky, colorful surroundings.
Photos: Jenifer McNeil Baker