Jonathan Adler Junior Anchor Rug

In case you’re looking for items for your kid’s room, take a look at this cute rug. The jonathan adler junior anchor rug is different from the typical rugs designed for kids. It doesn’t have cartoon characters painted on it and it doesn’t have a multitude of colors in its design. It’s a simpler model with a more grown up pattern.

Jonathan Adler Junior Anchor Rug

The kids’ room doesn’t necessarily have to be covered in toys and bright colors. In fact, that could be tire some at some point. So something simpler and with a more neutral but still attractive pattern could actually be a nice choice. The jonathan adler junior anchor rug features a nice anchor in the middle and it comes in three different colors: blue, pink and green.

Jonathan Adler Junior Anchor Rug

Jonathan Adler Junior Anchor Rug

The rug is made of 100% llama’s wool and custom sizes are available up to 12′ wide and in any length. I find the pink one quite interesting. The pink seems so pure and sensitive and the anchor contrasts with all that. The blue and green versions make me think of pirates and all those grave stories. So despite the simple design, it can still activate one’s imaginations. You can buy the jonathan adler junior anchor rug for $695. It would be a very nice choice for the kids’ room or for the playroom.

Published by in Rugs & Carpets, on October 3rd, 2011


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