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The cross stitch-inspired Canevas Collection by Charlotte Lancelot

The Belgium designer Charlotte Lancelot impressed us with embroidered rugs presented at Salone del Mobile, 2012 during Milan Design Week. They were a modern reinterpretation of an otherwise old technique usually seen is decorations and accessories. This technique was basically reinvented and transposed on a series of new surfaces. The same designer is now back with a bigger collection.

This is the Canevas Collection. It was designed for Spanish brand Gan Rugs and this time it includes, besides rugs, a series of cushions and modular or soft poufs. The same technique was used to create a series of cross stitch-inspired pieces featuring abstract patterns. These designs have a dual look. On one hand, they feature vintage patterns that remind us old times. However, on the other hand, this is a modern reinterpretation of those patterns featuring an innovative technique. So even though the starting point and the inspiration are old, the results are new and innovative.

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The rugs are very versatile and also very pleasant at the touch. Also, they feature floral and abstract patterns that make suitable to a variety of different decors. The furniture pieces have simple designs and geometrical shapes with clean lines. They have a casual look and are very comfortable. And to make the image complete, the designer also created a series of decorative pillows featuring the same designs and patterns.

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Posted in Rugs & Carpets on July 16, 2012

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