Flair Rugs collaboration with V&A focuses on current trends, mainly art deco interior design, capturing the essence of the original designs and craftsmanship documented in the V&A’s extensive archives.
Drawing on an innovative 1930s textile, this striking rug captures the Art Deco spirit – a blend of tradition and progress. The Art Deco era is famous for its decorative elegant designs and exquisite craftsmanship combining with a lively extensiveness that was reflected in architecture, fashion, film and cocktail bars.
This statement modern rug evokes the mood of Art Deco with its animated, bold, rich in colour, geometric forms encapsulated the intricate, modern design of the early 20th century - making it perfect rug to enhance any room in the modern home.
The design of the Heron rug remains true to Voysey's distinctive personal style of simple elegance and natural motifs and asymmetric composition.
These elements have been translated into this beautiful rug, skilfully hand-tufted in India in an incredibly soft Viscose and wool blend envisioning a peaceful scene highlighting the artists simple style yet elegant orientations to nature.
The Honeysuckle rug uses elements of nature from work by William Morris – a seminal figure within the British Arts and Crafts movement.
This timeless floral textile of poppies, tulips and honeysuckle from 1876’s designs are perfect for Spring/Summer home décor.
. The expert craftsmen behind Honeysuckle have used hand-tufted techniques to define the vining nature of the design that makes it very clearly a William Morris.
Monochrome chevrons inspired Gregory Brown’s 1920s textiles of the exotic Art Deco era – the fast and the new. An era which celebrated luxury and elegance.
Handmade in India, the rich wool and silky viscose Jazz rug has been woven by craftsmen. The 7‑9mm mixed pile height and silvery sheen of the yarn cleverly emphasise the striking design.
The Moderne rug design draws inspiration from a 1930s textile demonstrating the popularity of bold geometric forms that characterised the exhilarating years of the Art Deco Movement.
The style remains a timeless favourite in modern homes and this rug captures the movement’s spirit in hand-tufted wool, blended with Viscose for a luxurious depth of colour, sheen and softness. Rich gold accents complement the bold lines and masculine style perfectly.
This modern rug reproduces a striking design by the iconic Bloomsbury-based graphic workshop of the early 1900s, using a new craft of woven fibres made from recycled plastic bottles.
Combining design and manufacture is what makes the Omega rug stand out as an innovating rug that serves the past as well as the future in perfect harmony.
The Phoenix rug’s intricately delicate design makes it such a beautiful piece, inspired by Chinese wallpaper from the 19th century which is known for using specific animals due to their hidden meanings.
This design of a majestic phoenix bounded by flourishing peonies signifies prosperity and rebirth, combined with the stunning duck egg shade, it is very on trend with current interior designs. Add a touch of culture and history to any space with this delicately designed rug.
This decorative pattern is inspired by one of the most influential designers of the 19th century – Owen Jones.
This contemporary design is based on Jones’ Greek anthemion prints, updated to current trends to suit any modern home.
This bold pattern originates from textile projects by Allan Walton who commissioned some of the most innovative fabric designs of the 30’s.
The Rhythm rug features a stunning pop of gold, echoing the optimism and excitement for the 19030’s.
Rosa has been hand-crafted in India, and its rich pure wool pile will bring colour and impact to every room. Designs originate from artist Edouard Benedictus’ collection of vibrant textiles with its magnified style, it gives the classic floral theme a very modern twist.
This striking and beautiful design was taken from artist Adrien Jacques Garcelon who used geometric forms created using a stencil-based technique.
Using shades of pewter and rose, this design was renovated making it very on trend and bold to suit the modern home.
The Zelda rug uses a fabulous geometric design made of silky high-quality wool pile, perfectly representing Art Deco – an era associated with wealth and Hollywood glamour.
Inspiration for this design came from French Pochoir prints by artist Edouard Bénédictus, modernised using a very on trend pastel palette, perfectly captivating the lavishness of the era.