New Collaboration with Artist Cey Adams
New Commercial Project:
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.
New Residential Project:
Living Room + Bedroom
Bright, bold and colorful were the ingredients for this residence at the Four Seasons Hotel at the Surf Club, Surfside, Florida. Working with the talented duo, Sanchez+Coleman Studio we produced two area rugs. A handtufted neutral area rug for the bedroom and our version of 'Pinstripe' in a flatweave with a hint of citrus to POP for their Family room.
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.
The organic shape and web-like motif of this bespoke rug – made of New Zealand wool and silk in custom colors – is a truly authentic addition to this Manhattan home. The lines of silk emanating from the center are cut at a higher pile height to produce a sophisticated texture and sheen.
Interior Design: Bachman Brown Design
Photos: Eric Petschek
Located in Jersey City, NJ, our client chose to customize linear-and-grid designed rugs for use in their commercial spaces – a lobby, meeting room and two lounges. All made of 100% NZ wool, five hand-tufted futuristic-looking rugs imbue the spaces with dimensionality and an understated elegance, yet are sturdy enough for heavy foot traffic.
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