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:
For more, head to Revival’s Ombré Collection.