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New Naturals Collection
The alternating blocks of cut and looped hemp give this rug its pattern. Wool or silk can also be added to hemp to create striped or patterned rugs. The 100 knots make the rug very sturdy, thin, and flat. Available in custom colors and sizes, and in various knot counts.
100 knot nettle and silk.
This version of Checkerboard features undyed nettle (from the stinging nettle plant) and silk. Undyed nettle has a grey appearance, while hemp looks tan. Silk gives this rug a soft feel, while nettle adds visual texture.
Regular Price $4,375 Now $2,625
This hand-knotted 60/% wool and 40% silk rug has raised silk elements on a low wool field.
Regular Price $5,215 Now $1,999
100 knot/hand-knotted nettle.
This textured, undyed yarn is made fromthe stinging nettle plant. It has the same properties as hemp, but the natural color is a bit more grey. This 100 knot rug was designed to coordinate with the inlaid top of the client’s dining table. Available in custom colors, patterns, and sizes.
100 knot banana silk.
Made from the cooked stalk of the banana plant, this silky fiber has an incredible sheen. And the pattern, "Tilt," also works beautifully when used with a silk field and wool elements. Carving makes the design pop.
100 knot vegetal-dyed hemp. 5' x 7'
"Denim" is as soft and comfortable as an old pair of jeans, That's because the sauna-washed finish makes the fibers much more comfortable underfoot. Regular Price $3,675 Now $2,389
100 knot linen and silk.
Linen provides texture and sheen, and it’s also soft and silky underfoot. The natural silk in the rectangles makes this pattern, "Elemental," come to life. The design works well as a square or rectangle, and elements can be added to create a runner. 5x5
Regular Price $3,500 Now $1,400
100 knot/cut and loop.
We offer hand-knotted rugs ranging from 20-300 knots, utilizing such fibers as vegetal-dyed wool, undyed wool, silk, pashmina, alpaca, linen, banana, hemp, nettle, jute, and cactus. Many of these fibers can be combined in an individual rug to add textural variation.
100 knot hand-knotted rug. 75% undyed hemp, 25% banana silk. 5' x 7'
The texture of the hemp in the field and peeking through the holes in the philodendron leaf creates an interesting juxtaposition of rough and smooth. Made in Nepal. Regular Price $3,675 Now $1,600
50% alpaca/50% wool. Hand-tufted in Peru
Alpaca dyes like silk, but wears like wool. Because the fiber is very soft, it needs to be mixed with wool to give it loft. The Ribbon pattern works well as a rug or a wall-to-wall carpet.
80 knot vegetal-dyed hemp.
Helix is one of our most popular patterns; shown here in looped and cut hemp, the pattern also works well with a wool background and silk elements, or in 100% silk, as shown in the "Luxe" Collection.