1 Udaipurs by The Rug Company
This prolific U.K. brand has launched a line of vibrant rugs to supplement its luxe, designer collection (previous collaborators include Jaime Hayón, Tom Dixon and Vivienne Westwood). Udaipurs, the debut line of Indian dhurries from the new Studio Collection, are made of 100 per cent cotton and boast seven decorative – and contemporary – patterns.
2 Cosmo by Casalis
With seemingly endless variations, this rug is highly customizable. The hand-made rug features New Zealand wool, merino wool and ramie, and comes in six different designs. The pile depths, yarn weights and pile structures are also customizable.
3 Dag & Natt by Kasthall
These wool rugs by designer Petra Lundblad-Fridén look like dreamy Rorschach inkblot tests. The rugs are available in four colour and pattern combinations, which are named after different weather phenomena: Haze, Thunder, Summer Dawn and Autumn Dusk.