Maria Cornejo's Big Fringe draperies take direct inspiration from pieces in her feathery, silk-woven 2012 pre-fall collection, and are part of a one of five additional textile and drape designed for Knoll Luxe.
Made of natural wool and silk, Stephanie Goto's Language collection for Now Carpets is hand-knotted in Nepal. With a simple visual vocabulary, its design takes cues from ideals of universal communication.
Designed by Aelfie Oudghiri, founder and proprieter of Brooklyn-based brand Aelfie, the pattern of the Olivia Grey rug takes formal inspiration from the silhouette of a traditional candlestick holder.
Lenticular patterns and alluring color combinations lend Golran's Lake collection a distinctive look. Designed by Raw Edges and available in gray, red, and green, the rugs are woven from wool and bamboo silk.
Ligne Roset's Robin is French studio Numero 111's first-ever rug design. Inspired by travel, natural landscapes, and imagery drawn from Google Earth, its varying textures and reliefs evoke an aerial view of lush vegetation.
Newly introduced to the U.S., Marimekko's Meriheina linen fabric is part of graphic designer Kustaa Saksi's first collection for the brand. Shown here is "neutral", the abstracted sea-grass pattern is also available in orange.
Colour Carpet, Dutch studio Scholten & Baijing's first rug collection for Hay, is made entirely of New Zealand wool. The line includes six different designs, each with a pleasing color palette of pastel gradients.
Danskina's Bold rugs are among the first collections produced by Hella Jongerius since she signed on as the brand's design director last year. Contrasting colors and handwoven fibers give it a warm, organized texture.
The Dollop rug by Blu Dot is made of a wool-cotton blend, with a thick, nubby weave that creates a textured landscape. Available in lavender, natural, and red colors, it's part of a collection that includes three different sizes.
Recently made available to the U.S. market, Cogolin's optical Anamorphoses rug is hand-woven from raffia and cotton on 19th-century Jacquard looms. Shown here in rouge, it can be made to order in custom colors.
Part of a collection titled "It's a Perfect Sky Tonight Future Baby Mama," Henzel Studio's "You Used to Hold Me So Tight" rug draws its irregular, freeform shape and visual inspiration from diamond dust and the northern lights.
ABC Carpet & Home
Hand-woven in Nepal, ABC Carpet & Home's silk and wool Natura rug depicts an abstracted pattern of plunging ocean waves with accents of ivory and cream that make for a dramatic statement.
Designed by Tobias Batrla for Designtex, the finely pleated Origami collection takes inspiration from the art of traditional Japanese paper folding. The polyester fabrics come in two different patterns, each in 18 colors.
Designed by Bertjan Pot for Febrik, the Sprinkles collection of three-layered fabrics is wool-based with polyester backing and a festive, geometric pattern detail. It gives a bit of stretch and comes in a range of colors.
The Rug Company
Made for The Rug Company, Rodarte's collection of hand-knotted Tibetan wool and silk rugs is inspired by the designers' childhood memories of 1970s California interiors and blue and white porcelain pieces.
Studio Bijoux's circular Dorothy rug features colorful, abstracted patterns of super-sized gems. Part of the Floor Diamonds collection, the rugs come in a variety of colors and are handmade in Germany.
Doshi Levien's Rabari rug collection for Nanimarquina includes four designs: two in beige, one in black, and another in olive green. Its playful motif of dots and lines gives a warm graphic sensibility to any space.
The six-sided Hexa, part of the Kilim collection of rugs, was designed by Enblanc for Gan. It's made of 100-percent wool, with a colorful geometric pattern that can be reversed for a dual usage.
Studio Job's Industry textile for Maharam depicts an intricate pattern marked by mechanical iconography go the machine age. The densely woven Jacquard is made of a polyester-cotton blend.
Illustrative patterns, colors, and textures give depth to these new space-defining rugs and textile designs.