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Green Gardens in Wool Rug Artworks by Alexandra Kehayoglou

Using scraps leftover thread from her family’s carpet factory in Buenos Aires, artist Alexandra Kehayoglou (Instagram) embarks on a laborious hand-tufting process to fabricate wool carpets and rugs that mimic natural textures like moss, water, trees, and pastures. alexandra-kehayoglou-green-carpets alexandra-kehayoglou-green-carpets1 alexandra-kehayoglou-green-carpets2 alexandra-kehayoglou-green-carpets3 alexandra-kehayoglou-green-carpets4 alexandra-kehayoglou-green-carpets5

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Crewelwork Jovana Rug. This vibrant floor covering features intricate embroidery that calls to mind ancient tapestry motifs. The crewel technique is an embroidery method synonymous with wool rugs and stitched designs.

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Hand-Tufted Trellis Rug. This tufted trellis motif infuses this versatile rug with modern colour and dimension. A modern yet cosy update to your living space

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Favorite Budget Friendly Blue Vintage Rugs

Favorite Budget Friendly Blue Vintage Rugs | blesserhouse.com - I love how all of them are a little bit traditional and a little bit modern all at once! Slightly edgy but still timeless.

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9 Websites To Find Affordable Yet Chic Decor

These are the best sites for affordable and chic decor. From beautiful candles to almost criminally affordable objets d'art, we've got your back!

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Whether you have carpet or a wood floor, get a summery throw rug to put under the foot of the bed or wherever it works best to add a little jazz and light without a big cost. myscandinavianhome.com

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Hackney Geo Rugs in Mustard

Each piece is crafted to the highest standard using a blend of 95% pure new wool and a 5% cotton yarn to create this durable and modern rug.

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Frieze art fair New York 2016 – in pictures

The rugs do work: a carpet work which seems to melt onto the floor.

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RESERVED for Laura // Vintage Moroccan Boucherouite Rug, "The Juno," Rag Rug, Berber Rug, Geometric Pattern Rug, Colorful Rug, Bohemian

VINTAGE MOROCCAN BOUCHEROUITE RUG // THE JUNO the word boucherouite comes from a moroccan-arabic phrase meaning torn and reused clothing. in the 1960s, as people began to move away from a nomadic way of life, materials like wool and cotton were becoming scarce. berber women began weaving rag rugs from found textiles and remnants of clothing, striving to make something functional, yet beautiful. we love the idea of celebrating the stories and the lives woven in these reused rags. today…

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