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How Innovative Interiors Use Contemporary Rugs

June 22, 2015
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How Innovative Interiors Use Contemporary Rugs
Doris Leslie Blau
DrakeContemporary Kitchen by Drake Design Associates

Boundary pushing isn’t easy in the interior design field. While it’s something designers are asked to do every day, creating a space that’s simultaneously edgy and inviting, compositionally unique and comfortable is no small feat. We’ve compiled a few designers who we think do it exceptionally well, as well as a selection of contemporary rugs in line with the their aesthetics:

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Drake Design Associates use lush color to maximal effect.
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A dreamy silk rug designed by Eskayel that has a similar softening effect to the piece pictured above.
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Living room by Foley & Cox with foundational monochrome carpet employed for seductive funk.
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A mesmerizing monochrome by Kim Alexandriuk
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Grange furniture in a room that mixes vintage-feel pieces and a bevy of different textures, plus that unexpected purple pop.
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This contemporary gray rug boasts a delicate pattern and the jewel-like color pops are simply fetching.
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One more from Grange. Going all-in on a color scheme is a big risk, but in this instance it definitely pays off.
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A modernist Turkish kilim in rich red-orange that reminds us of a desert sunset.
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A living room by Reese Robers & Partners that lets the view shine in a room-scape that is still uncommonly lovely.

We have a custom lab capable of creating a whole gamut of amazing shags. Check it out here. And for more amazing contemporary rugs, head over here.

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