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Luxury underfoot. Hard floors and rugs get on beautifully and artistic homes hang them from walls like tapestries. Consider overlapping rugs in different patterns for a playful patchwork.
Similar in design to Longford and Laverton (with a tessellating arrangement of hexagons), Alderbury sits somewhere between the two in terms of scale. It’s contemporary and textural, but subtly so. The two-tone design is coloured in white and teal-tinged grey.
From afar, Longford is a plain, lightly textured rug. But up close, you’ll spot that it actually features a small-scale, single-colour geometric weave. It’s a way to experiment with pattern in an understated way, available in two neutral colourways: Off-White and the slightly darker Oatmeal.
There are two sides to our Tolsey rugs: Off White and Oatmeal are both woven with a plaid design, while Gull Grey and Flint Grey have a simple loop pile weave. Either way, they’ll add subtle texture – heavier than Cullingworth, but finer than Elgin.
Elgin has the chunkiest weave of all the rugs in our collection, and a naturally fluffy texture, both of which add a great deal of warmth and cosiness. Although full of character, it’s also surprisingly soft underfoot. Choose from warm Grey Oak or light cream Birch.
The most finely-textured plain rug in our collection, Cullingworth is a hardwearing style that’ll suit hallways and busy family rooms. Available in two neutral tones, it’ll also make an excellent base on which to layer other more colourful or patterned rugs.
Burford is one of our patterned rugs: an oversized windowpane check. Its clean-lined, graphic design is tempered by the calming neutral palette and the reference to classic checks, making it suited to both traditional and contemporary interiors.
Although its geometric pattern of interlocking diamonds is inspired by traditional Moroccan Berber rugs, Whytock has a fresher, more clean-lined feel to it. Its flatweave in versatile shades of cream and grey works well layered with other, smaller geometric designs.
One of our geometric rugs, Laverton isn’t quite as striking as Whytock, but it is bolder than Alderbury or Longford. In off-white and pale grey, it’ll blend into your room’s décor rather than jumping out, while still adding interest through its pattern.
With its close-cropped, curly fleece, Tussock is the neatest (and the softest) of all our sheepskin rugs. It’s also the only sheepskin that comes in a doubly-long size, making it perfect for hallways, benches and ends of beds.
Southdown is our classic, long-pile, naturally pale cream sheepskin. It has a thick and incredibly soft fleece that’s less rugged than Herdwick’s – Southdown sheep are a native breed too, but this time to the much mellower climate of Sussex.
Herdwick sheep hail from the Lake District. Living on the mountainsides most of the year, their fleeces are understandably thick and hardy. They’re also naturally grey, and each one of our Herdwick rugs is beautifully patterned with varying and unique tones.