At this year’s ICFF show during NYCxDESIGN, we made sure to stop by one particular booth to check out a collection we’re quite fond of (for obvious reasons): the Untitled rug collection by our very own Jaime Derringer for Woven Concepts. The collection (which we’ve shared before) includes a new design called UnRivaled which features a wool background with silk brush strokes.
All of the rugs in the Untitled collection use a “Ghiordes” weaving method to create a unique texture with the 100% New Zealand, highland wool yarn. The inherent lanolin content of wool makes it a natural stain repellent, helping to ensure the longevity of the rugs.
While the collection was designed with a saturated romance color palette, it also allows for as much customization as a designer might need.
Halleh Hakimian of Woven Concepts shares:
A very fun aspect of the Untitled Collection is the option to interchange existing collection color and design options. More extensive custom options include the ability to make: color, pattern, scale, brush stroke placement and composition to clients’ specifications. Exclusive artwork can also be provided by Jaime Derringer for bespoke interior needs.
Designers can choose a solid color from existing color options, or select from existing designs in existing color palettes with no changes. For additional customization, designers also have the option to mix and match colors using the collection’s existing designs; simply swap out up to three current design colors, with up to three current collection colors. Finally, for a truly unique work of art, designers can fully customize a rug’s color, pattern, and materials with the added bonus of a one-of-a-kind Jaime Derringer artwork option that can be offered when designing a fully bespoke rug.
To learn more about the Untitled collection, visit Woven Concepts.
Source: Design Milk