Los Angeles-based British designer Jake Arnold collaborated with home decor company Lulu and Georgia for a capsule collection of interior rugs that espouse his desire to bring warmth, livability and beauty to interiors. Each of the eight styles (one in three colourways) that make up the collection is an experimentation with materiality and texture and are rendered in a palette of rich neutrals.
With its irregular shape the Rangely rug (above left) has a modern appeal and is made from hand-knotted viscose fibres, giving it a plush, luxurious feel and striated look, while the Beachwood linen flatweave rug (above right) boasts an abstract graphic raised pattern.
For the Woburn handwoven wool rug, Arnold utilizes a colour-blocked design and differing tonal shades to create a striking linear pattern; the Chiltern hand-knotted viscose fibre rug (in Copper, Mauve or Moss) features variations in depth of colour and a lustrous sheen.
The Havenhurst rug, made from handwoven jute, repeats a large-scale spiral pattern to form a patchwork-like grid; a two-tone design defines the Wilcox handwove wool rug, which also has a generous central fringe.
An interpretation on a traditional braided jute carpet, the Harper rug has a subtly raised grid pattern.
All rugs are offered in multiple sizes.