Here at Remodelista, there are two textile trends that we never seem to tire of: dip-dyed fabric and two-tone rugs. Swedish company Kinnasand combines the two ideas in their Flux Rug. The handwoven rugs are made from naturally-dyed New Zealand wool and finished with fringe ends that are hand dip-dyed in bold color gradations. Available through Kinnasand dealers in Europe, Asia, and stateside.
Above: A prototype for the rugs at the Kinnasand studio in Westerstede, Germany (the company, still Swedish-run is originally from Kinna in southern Sweden).
Above: The Flux Rug in 0020 has fringe that turns from pale seafoam to a faded orange-red.
Above: Style 0013 is the more monochromatic of the set.
Above: The 0011 has fringe with a gradient of purple.
Above: Style 0012 runs electric yellow next to pitch black.
Above: Flux Rug 0014 sees pale yellow fade into bright green.
Above: A more muted option, style 0016 in white and faded purple-black.
For more on our dip-dye/two-tone obsession, see our posts:
- 10 Easy Pieces: Color-Blocked Rugs
- CP03 Kavir Carpets from e15 in Germany
- Stealth Luxury: Dip-Dyed Towels from Japan