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Turkish-born designer Esti Barnes pays homage to her homeland with a collection of six rugs combining centuries of artisanship with an eye for contemporary colour and technique. Featuring traditional motifs and inspired by 16th century kaftans and calligraphy, geometric designs are brought to life using a technique that gives a three- dimensional quality to the embroidery. “While many of the Ottoman symbols have lost their meaning to modern audiences, their pleasing symmetry and patterns still have a home in today’s interiors,” says Barnes. Tel: +44 20 7795 3333 www.topfloorrugs.com


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Stepevi has added two new products to its collection; Harem and George. Made from the brand’s composition Blended Silk, a combination of premium quality silk and wool yarns, Harem and George are well suited to both high- end residential projects and premium contract carpet needs. Available in Smooth Taupe, Titanium and Stone colour shades and customisable to any size, Harem and George can be used in projects either as area rugs or wall-to- wall carpets. Tel: +90 212 327 00 50 www.stepevi.com


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KREOO PICTO


Decormarmi’s dedicated design brand Kreoo has revealed its latest contemporary and classical marble floor-to-wall ranges. Picto, designed for the brand by Raffaello Galiotto, features a striking thread pattern unfolding seemingly at random, highlighted by a wide range of contrasting colour tones. Available in over ten marble types, each tile measures 60x60cm. Kreoo is available in the UK through Alchemy Design Award. www.kreoo.com


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