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Object of Desire: Subtly Ombré Rugs in Vibrant Hues from Revival

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Object of Desire: Subtly Ombré Rugs in Vibrant Hues from Revival

September 13, 2021

Choosing a rug is, in our estimation, one of the trickiest design conundrums. What size is best? What color? And perhaps most vexing: neutral and solid or patterned and graphic?

We’re longtime admirers of Revival’s one-of-a-kind, restored vintage rugs as well as their original, off-the-loom designs inspired by traditional techniques. Now, their newest collection strikes just the right balance between patterned and solid: not too busy but far from plain.

Revival’s new Ombré Collection features cut-pile rugs made from 100 percent Sardinian wools on a cotton foundation, all in subtle color gradients that fade lengthwise across each of the rugs, from runners to extra-large versions. The rugs are woven by a third-generation, family-run weaving house in Bhadohi, India, and the four colorways are inspired by—and named for—the light across the day: Noon, Dawn, Golden Hour, and Blue Hour. Just the right way to add a dose of vibrant color and intrigue to any room.

Join us for a look at the collection:

above: the golden hour rug, inspired by the golden glow just before sunset, is  10
Above: The Golden Hour Rug, inspired by the golden glow just before sunset, is woven in shades of mossy green, khaki, and marigold yellow. Like all of the rugs in the collection, it’s woven from 100 percent wool on a durable, 100 percent cotton foundation; this colorway is available in seven sizes starting from $299.
above: the warm hued dawn rug, in shades of dusty rose and taupe, also comes in 11
Above: The warm-hued Dawn Rug, in shades of dusty rose and taupe, also comes in seven sizes, starting from $459.
above: the brightest of the rugs: the noon rug, in what the company calls “sp 12
Above: The brightest of the rugs: the Noon Rug, in what the company calls “spiced pumpkin orange, cherry red, and crimson red,” available in seven sizes starting from $299. Each of the ombré rugs in the collection feels satisfying and soft underfoot, perfect for the coming of cooler weather.
above: a softer take, ideal for the bedroom, is the twilight inspired blue hour 13
Above: A softer take, ideal for the bedroom, is the twilight-inspired Blue Hour Rug, in “slate gray, cornflower blue, and lavender.” The artisans who weave the rugs in Bhadohi, India, fine-tuned the construction for maximum durability and minimal shedding.
above: a detail of the blue hour rug, where twilight blue fades into pale laven 14
Above: A detail of the Blue Hour Rug, where twilight blue fades into pale lavender. The colorway is available in seven sizes, from $299.
above: a close up of the woven rugs. 15
Above: A close-up of the woven rugs.

For more, head to Revival’s Ombré Collection.

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