This trending material isn’t just for the ground you walk on.
Geometric carpets that are designed to work in any space by reconfiguring its three modules to best fit your room.
To kick our coverage of NYCxDESIGN off, here's the first part of our favorites from the International Contemporary Furniture Fair.
We talk to Rachel Scott, who has been hand-weaving rugs since 1976 when the carpet on her stairs wore out and needed replacing.
Take a look at these thoughtful, practical goods from Good Thing's latest designer collaborations.
kinder MODERN debuts a collection that's like art for your floors.
Leather scraps are cut into smaller interlocking pieces that form these new rugs from FLOR.
We talk to Jodie Fried, co-founder of Armadillo&Co, about having a purposeful ethos in design.
Inspired by the 1975 Michelangelo Antonioni film The Passenger, Cold Picnic designs a series of abstract rugs.
We take a look at some modern designs that were inspired by terrazzo-like patterns.
Portego's 2017 rug collections feature bold graphic patterns and strong color palettes that pay homage to Venetian architecture.
Increase standing comfort with a geometric wooden mat that prevents fatigue.
Rugs that seek to explore a bit of monochromatic eye trickery with their intense patterns.
We invited artist Camille Walala to fill a TUMI 19 Aluminum Suitcase with design-focused treasures that reflect her London-based home.
We searched out some gift ideas for all of your friends and family members that are new homeowners.
If you didn't think FLOR could get any better, prepare to be floored. (Ha. Get it?)