Be it a fun geometric runner or a more classic yet fashionable piece, these are the floor lords we want now
‘Magnolia Black’ by Vivienne Westwood for The Rug Company
The Magnolia motif first appeared in Westwood’s Autumn Winter 2000/01 collection, the first in the long-running ‘Exploration’ theme. There are three plump blooms on each hand knotted rug. Shop therugcompany.com.
Hexagon Runner from Superbalist
Pink, white and made of all things right, add graphic appeal in a runner is a charming and an eye-catching addition that will work for almost any space. Its playful design and bold colours are a sure fire way to liven up any room its placed in. Shop at superbalist.com.
‘Nichi Botsu’ from Mae Artisan Rugs
Inspired by the beautiful colours of sunset, ‘Nichi Botsu’, the Japanese word for sunset, is a vibrant burst of peach and burnt orange. This rug is entirely handmade, from the spinning and dying of the yarns to the weaving on the loom. Crafted by weavers in the Kathmandu and northern India area, whose skills have been passed down through many generations, it is truly unique. Shop maerugs.com
‘Bandas’ Gan Rug from Limeline
Gan Rugs takes modularity to the limit. All pieces in the BANDAS collection can be interchanged – allowing the collection to be adapted to any space, any personality and any mood. Shop limeline.co.za.
Leather Rug from Zara Home
Simple yet sophisticated, this fur rug with animal print from Zara Home suits both a modern and traditional space. Shop zarahome.com.