Fashion Meets Function In Jonathan Saunders’ Collaboration With The Rug Company


Ready to upgrade your floors? Look no further than Jonathan Saunders’ collaboration with The Rug Company, where you’ll find tons of eclectic patterns, contrasting colors, and eye-popping prints to take your space to a whole new level.

Renowned for his unique use of color and graphics, Saunders has made an impact in the design world as a print maker and fashion guru, and his partnership with The Rug Company allows him to draw on the architectural inspiration he frequently incorporates into his work.

The collection features four rugs: Herringbone, Nouveau, Hutton, and Harrington, all hand-knotted in Tibetan wool.  Herringbone offers a modern take on traditional weaving technique with an unexpected color palette, and Nouveau calls upon the look of decorative Lalique glass while utilizing surreal color tones. The two runners, Harrington and Hutton, were influenced by the architectural aspects of Charlotte Perriand’s work, and the aesthetic of vintage wallpaper, respectively.

This isn’t the first time The Rug Company has collaborated with a well known style maker. The company has commissioned the likes of Paul Smith, Alexander McQueen, Rodarte, Diane Von Furstenberg, and more to create high-quality rugs, cushions, and wall hangings, all manufactured in Nepal.  

For more information on how you can get your hands on Saunders’ one-of-a-kind designs, visit The Rug Company‘s website. 

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