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ESSENTIALS RUG COLLECTION


BELGIAN CONNECTION GIVES ASHTARI RUGS A NEW HOME


The Belgian furniture brand, Ethnicraft, has introduced its


fi rst fl ooring collection with a series of kilim rugs, designed in collaboration with Ashtari, a contemporary carpet store in Antwerp. Each kilim rug is made using 100 per cent locally sourced sheep wool, reputed to provide durability, warmth and versatility. Handcrafted through traditional weaving techniques,


ALL RUGS IN THIS NEW COLLECTION ARE HAND-MADE IN PAKISTAN BY ARTISANS. EACH CARRIES ITS OWN STORY


the company said only the highest quality yarns are used, creating an interplay on texture and tone. In order to ensure durability and strength, each rug is hand-made as one piece. “Each yarn is hand-made on a traditional weaving loom and


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carefully selected to ensure that the individual fi nish and natural texture of each item are maximized,” said Reza Ashtari, co-founder of Ashtari carpets. “All rugs in this new collection are hand-made in Pakistan by experienced artisans with knowledge that goes back more than 150 years. As such, each rug carries its own story with reference to the past of traditional craftsmanship and a transition to the future with timeless colours and patterns.” The blue and black Mazandaran rugs are inspired by the


traditional rugs found in the Mazandaran province in Iran near the Caspian Sea and feature a distinctive, striped design. Although they are traditionally made from several pieces joined together, Ethnicraft’s Mazandaran rugs are woven as one solid piece to increase their durability.


| ashtaricarpets.com | ethnicraft.com


Inspired by the light and shade of mineral surfaces, Interface, has designed its new collection, Dolomite. The carpet tile collection includes a dozen individual tones: Amber, Aventurine, Azurite, Crystal, Diamond, Golden Beryl, Lapis Lazuli, Malachite, Moonstone, Obsidian, Pearl and Rose Quartz. The collection has a total recycled and bio-based


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content of 92 per cent and comes as standard with CQuest Bio, a new non-vinyl, non-bitumen backing. Mandy Leeming, Design Director for Interface Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, said: “The splendour of Dolomite is in its luxurious simplicity. “The collection brings to life the form and texture


we see in natural minerals. By connecting space users more closely to nature using biophilic design principles we know it will support a more healthy and productive, environment for people to thrive as they transition back to their workspaces.”


| interface.com


DOMOTEX MAGAZINE 2021


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