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Area Rugs Inspired by Intense Nature

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Beautifully designed rugs inspired by nature. Carpets by Henzel Studio, BoConcept and Rug Star capture the allure of the outdoors

 Nature inspired rugs henzel studio - Nan Goldin

BOLD BOUQUET
Photographer Nan Goldin is best known for capturing the highs and lows of relationships. Her collaboration with Henzel Studio depicts two symbols of love – roses and red wine – in hand-knotted wool and silk measuring 1.8 by 1.8 metres. $9250, at Relative Space

Finding Nemo - koi rug star

FINDING EMO
German designer Jürgen Dahlmanns reflects on the moody stillness of a garden pool at nighttime. Neon-pink koi fish glow against a jet-black background on his 1.8 by 2.7-metre wool and silk tapestry for Rug Star. $8750, at Weavers Art

Sense of Scale carpet - BoConcept

SENSE OF SCALE
The cold-blooded look has never been hotter. BoConcept’s 1.7 by 2.4-metre Katla rug inspired by nature, mimics the glam patterning of reptile skin in PETA-friendly viscose. Bask in the glow of its rich golden hue. $1890, at BoConcept

Nature inspired rugs - totem rug

OIL THRILL
Geology meets geometry thanks to local designer Robyn Waffle, who lays a structured diamond grid pattern on top of a rippling puddle of petroleum in this 1.5 by 2.1-metre hand-knotted, wool-and-silk-blend design. $3450, at Totem Design Co., 234 Sunnyside Ave

Nature inspired rugs - w studio

TERRIFIC TERRAIN
Resembling an aerial view of a rugged mountain range surrounded by water, this 2.4 by 3.1-metre wool and silk carpet inspired by nature is perfect for outdoorsy adventurers who frequent their neighbourhood rock-climbing gym. $8000, at W Studio

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