New from Ilse Crawford, for rug company Kasthall: Grönska, a collection of five rugs inspired by the landscape around Kasthall’s workshops in Kinna, Sweden, with patterns and hues meant to evoke the country’s terrain across the seasons. Here’s a look.
Above L: Åker is the limited-edition rug (each numbered 1-50, like a fine art print) with a variety of tuft styles across its stripes, meant to evoke the farmland around the Kasthall factory. It’s made of 80 percent wool and 20 percent linen and is only available in green. Above R: The Täppa rug, available in four colors, is hand-tufted, with wool creating the rich background and linen threads that create a pattern that “like seedlings that have just sprouted.”
N.B.: The collection debuted at Milan Design Week last month. For more information, see the Grönska Collection; for ordering information, see Kasthall’s Find Us page.