The new collection from Louis De Poortere has just landed and it is undoubtedly one to watch. From Turkish tribe designs to Indian rugs handwoven with the finest materials, this collection is rich in cultural reference.
The collection is varied greatly with eye-catching designs bursting with colour to faded textures and discrete neutrals. Supported with strong concepts and inspiration taken from the Earth’s climate and natural resources, each rug is designed with careful consideration and strong creative direction.
Inspired by tribal designs of the Atlas region and recoloured in amazing flowing mixes, this rug design features a distinctive pattern grid laid out on top.
Over a century of skill and craftsmanship is woven into every rug. Woven on jacquard Wilton looms in a combination of pure new wool and cotton chenille, each beautiful rug has multiple layers of texture, distressed areas and intricate stitching detail to give a true ‘vintage’ look.
Woven in a fashionable flat weave construction, these rugs are hand finished with reinforced corners and an anti-slip layer for a secure fit. This rug is available in a range of colours and sizes, ensuring there is a piece just right to suit your interior space.
Inspired by the worlds largest salt flat island found in Bolivia, the Salar de Uyuni has a thick salt crust and is exceptionally rich in lithium.
The cotton chenille in different counts and the space dyed wool recreate the salt layer on top of the rich mineral underground. The Colchani rugs have a Chanel-esque chequered design. This Uyuni Colchani design is setting trends with it's versatility. Prepared to take your interior whims by storm, the Colchani rug adds a natural earthy essence to your decor.
Mad Men Fahrenheit
A brand new design in the New York inspired Mad Men collection is Fahrenheit 32. The figure is freezing point -0° Celsius- and refers to the chilling winds of the New York late Fall and Winter period, when wind chills and even polar vortexes bring frost, snow and ice to the city. The pattern Evokes the marks left by the skaters on the ice of the Wollman Rink.
The marks left by the skaters subtly stand out from the rug and add a perfect balance of sophistication and whimsicality to an interior setting. Moreover, the distressed texture will make it popular with a fresh, modern interior.
The Sari collection by Louis de Poortere is inspired by the Indian rugs made of Sari silk leftovers. It gives a bright and irregular striped pattern. Hand woven in Belgium by skilled artisans, this rug will soothe any room.
Each colour way adds a calmness to the interior's atmosphere, achieved through it's carefully crafted pattern. The abstract textures will bring a lot of character to any interior whilst sill reaching an appropriate level of sophistication.
Inspired by the worlds largest salt flat island found in Bolivia, the Salar de Uyuni has a thick salt crust and is exceptionally rich in lithium. The cotton chenille in different counts and the space dyed wool recreate the salt layer on top of the rich mineral underground.
The Tunupa rugs are designed with horizontal ripples in two colour ways and woven with a high quality mix of yarns, resulting in diverse layers with lots of structure. Chic and trendy, this new Uyuni rug suits any interior.
The Antiquarian Ushak collection is derived from the rug designs made by the Turkish tribe of the same name. Taking inspiration from twentieth century mosques and churches, the Ushak is a work of art to exhibit on your floor. With various faded colours layered together, this rug design adds a historical feel to it's allocated interior setting.