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Dwell studio draper stripe persimmon cream wool rug

When I first saw this wool rug, I remembered my grandmother’s hand made rugs, which she received from her mother as trousseau when she got married. They were not so stylish, but the materials used for sewing them were about the same, just that they used more colors, darker especially. This kind of rug is perfect to decorate a room where we want to put some color and light. Inspired by 20th century designer Dorothy Draper’s use of pattern and color, Dwell Studio knows how to decorate a chamber, focusing on graphic grandeur with this versatile striped rug.

Available in several sizes:  2.5’x 9’, 5’ x 8’ and 8’x 10’ this rug has a woven from 80% wool and 20% cotton, the perfect materials if you want to decorate a room with a beautiful carpet, made from natural materials that heat the floors in the cold winters. A minimalist living room is the perfect place where you can put an accessory like that, because it can be easily combined with wooden floors, an armchair with floral upholstery and a small, round, cast iron table.

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Also, I imagine this rug in a bedroom, a child’s room perhaps, because its bright colors may create a joyful space where a boy or a girl can spend his time playing. If you are an environmentalist, I think it is important to know that Dwell Studio uses low-impact, fabric-reactive dyes, with no lead, toxins, AZOs and formaldehyde used in manufacturing, and the rug comes packaged with PVC-free alternatives.Available for 150$.

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Posted in Rugs & Carpets on February 24, 2012

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