One of our fav clients - Rigg Design was renovating her client's home in Sag Harbor and wanted to tone down the living space and explore a more neutral area rug. Kio Bay in the flat-woven quality created a casual yet sophisticated vibe. The selection of blush pink and beige was their final choice of colors to match the decor throughout their sunny home.
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’.
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.
This West Village townhouse was one of the most challenging projects we’ve taken on! Our clients tasked us with carpeting four staircases, each one different in size and shape.Each floor has its own theme of colorful jewel tones, all contrasting off the same neutral background. Hand-knotted Tibetan wool was used to ensure a clean, perfect fit.
Method + Moxie and their client decided on area rugs in warm, neutral hues for the entryway and a seating nook. Though the rugs are separated, they wanted them to be thematically connected, which we accomplished by using blue, silk lines – raised for a sense of movement on the nook piece. Each are hand-tufted in NZ wool, for refinement and durability.
Dining Room + Foyer
Our clients in downtown Manhattan were seeking a soft, luxurious addition to their teenage daughters’ bedroom. They wanted a neutral design so settled on ‘Piha’ from our Coastal collection. For the lush quality, we selected 100% Tencel in tonal grays. The natural light reflecting off the abstract shapes creates a warm, shimmery glow in the space.
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.
Living Room + Bedroom
Situated in Manhattan’s Flatiron district, our client chose the Takahe area rug for their beautiful, light-filled living room. The combined effect of hand-tufted, 100% NZ wool in a cut pile, give this piece a refined look with a durability that can handle their playful children. …and keep the downstairs' neighbors happy.
This client knew exactly what they wanted when re-imagining our Tui iti area rug for their living room. The design was originally inspired by colors of the South Pacific's fauna and flora, but now incorporates a shimmering gold silk piping that brilliantly catches the light, and your eye.
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
The lively Miramar design was chosen by our client to adorn their children's bunk room. Produced in our standard color way and a customized size, this hand-tufted 100% New Zealand wool rug is sure to withstand any kid's punishment!
Interior Design: CLB Architects
Photos: Matthew Millman
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
Virtual homeschooling just got more fun in this TriBeCa children’s recreational room. Inspired by the iconic black and white marbled Composition Notebook, this rug has custom rounded corners resembling the classic notebook we all grew up to know and is hand-tufted with 100% NZ wool.
Located in this harborside Manhattan neighborhood, our client chose the Aroha rug in New Zealand wool and nylon – with different pile heights to create more movement and highlights. To make the alcove extra cozy, we designed the rug in a custom shape and tone.
We customized this piece to reference a dozen or so vibrant colors found in the space’s surrounding artwork, then arranged them in gradient patterns. The paint-splatter design aligns with the modernity of this West Village, NY residence. Hand-tufted in NZ wool, we formed its irregular shape to accommodate the living room’s columns and planters.
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.
This stylish couple customized two of our rugs for their beautiful Boston residence. Hand-tufted in NZ wool, the Huia area rug was chosen in subtle hues for use in the dining room. They picked the Takahe design to adorn their living room. Fabricated in hand-tufted NZ wool and silk, this piece features carving to accent the geometric design.
This client was seeking a bold, custom solution to define their TriBeCa home office. We got to work designing a hand-tufted, 100% NZ wool rug featuring a contrasting two-tone border and irregular edging. Produced with the use of a template, the area rug was made to perfectly fit the room’s dimensions.
We produced three area rugs for multiple rooms of our client’s beautiful LA condo. Because the home is in a modern building with minimalist aesthetics, they wanted neutral, tonally-gray designs befitting of the architecture. The designs – Piha, Bethells Beach and Muriwai – were hand-tufted in variations of NZ wool and silk.
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This boy’s wall-to-wall carpet was designed for maximum coverage and endurance, in hand-tufted 100% New Zealand wool. The custom square design in vivid, tonal blues reflects the energy of this young family's beautiful Central Park West apartment.
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Our client chose the geometric Makara design, produced in New Zealand wool and silk, for what is a home’s most personal space. In earth tones and a custom size that feels just right, this rug is sure to keep their hearts in San Juan.
New Zealand's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) works globally to make New Zealanders safer and more prosperous. And we worked diligently to make the MFAT ambassador's newly-renovated residence in Stockholm, Sweden a more comfy home. The client chose the Torbay design in blue, from our Coastal collection.
Located on Manhattan's Central Park West, this client's residence is home to our custom ombre-designed rug in tonal grays and generous dimensions. Made from hand-tufted New Zealand wool and silk, the piece incorporates a cut-out to fit snuggly around the living room's fireplace.
This downtown NYC family wanted a rug that had contrasting fabric to add a touch of style to their active home. We chose the Orewa design, tailored the size just right and used a mix of New Zealand wool and nylon with a cut-and-loop pile for an unmistakable texture.
Seeking neutral-toned rugs without designs, this Upper West Side client commissioned three bespoke pieces for their New York home. In plain cut pile, hand-knotted or hand-tufted construction and use of 100% silk yarn, these understated pieces are timeless in style.
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Gorgeous ocean views of this San Juan residence are cleverly contrasted by the sandy tones of our Piha rug. The custom dimensions appropriately fit the space, while its mix of New Zealand wool and nylon yarn creates a durable piece with a delicate, silky sheen.
Inside the entryway of this Long Island summer home lies our Shelley Bay rug with bespoke details. The colors were carefully chosen to reflect the surrounding neutral-toned artwork and fabrics. And in 100% Tibetan wool with a flat-woven texture, the rug will maintain its quality for years to come.
Modified in hand-tufted wool, our Breaker Bay design in 100% New Zealand wool adorns this lucky boy’s stylish NYC bedroom. Chosen in stock colors and cut pile, our client was very pleased with the little burst of charm the rug added to their newly-renovated home.
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Our client used their own creative energy to design this beautiful area rug. From its irregular profile, to the colors in varied pile height (for extra contrast), it’s a genuine one-of-a-kind. And its mix of New Zealand wool and silk, make it a classic that will last for years.
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Our clients’ wish: to reference the colors of San Juan’s setting sun, as viewed from their apartment. To accomplish this effect, we chose the abstract Bethells Beach design and carefully selected 9 custom hues. Made from New Zealand wool and nylon, this rug will enjoy thousands of sunsets to come.
Our New York client’s fondness for Moroccan design was incorporated with our Johnsonville rug to adorn their sunny, downtown penthouse. The mix of New Zealand wool and silk, in custom silver and gray tones, is given a sense of movement by raising the silk’s pile height.