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New from Revival: Minimalist, “Superlight” Wool Rugs That Inspire Movement

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New from Revival: Minimalist, “Superlight” Wool Rugs That Inspire Movement

November 1, 2021

We all know—and strive to follow—the concept of openness when it comes to outfitting a room: Steer clear of overcrowding; clean-lined furniture keeps a space from feeling cramped; removing the extraneous allows for air, light, and movement.

It turns out, the same principles can apply to floor coverings. Just take it from the latest launch by Revival, purveyors of restored vintage rugs and original, off-the-loom designs alike. Their Superlight Collection—named after Gio Ponti’s Superleggero chair, which famously could be lifted with a finger—was designed with lightness and minimalism in mind, with muted hues drawn from the pinks, blues, and creams of Rajasthani architecture, the company says.

The soft wool rugs have a medium pile and are woven from the sturdy, warm wool of Sarda sheep from the island of Sardinia mixed with Indian wool, all hand-loomed onto a 100 percent cotton foundation.

Take a look at the collection around the house, where it inspires openness in every room. Photography by R. Brad Knipstein.

above: the vastu rug features a tone on tone camel color background and blue li 10
Above: The Vastu rug features a tone-on-tone camel-color background and blue lines of varying weights; from $649 for the 6×9 size. All of the rugs in the Superlight collection are made by a third-generation, family-run weaving house in Bhadohi, India; because they’re handmade, the sizes can vary slightly.
above: the two toned jantar rug is colorblocked in pale blue and cream; from \$ 11
Above: The two-toned Jantar rug is colorblocked in pale blue and cream; from $459 for the 5×8 size.
above: gio, a runner in the collection, is woven with dusty pink stripes and st 12
Above: Gio, a runner in the collection, is woven with dusty pink stripes and starts at $299 for the 2.5×9 size.
above: revival’s dezza rug is named for via dezza in milan, the street where  13
Above: Revival’s Dezza rug is named for Via Dezza in Milan, the street where Gio Ponti’s last apartment and studio was. It features a pale blue semicircle in one corner and small parallel lines in the other, “in distanced conversation across the diagonal,” the company says. It starts at $459 for the 5×8 size.
above: named for the sanskrit word for “window screen,” the round jalil rug 14
Above: Named for the Sanskrit word for “window screen,” the round Jalil rug is inspired by literally letting in light and air. It’s available in two colorways—Cool Gray (shown here) and Warm Taupe—both of which are $699.
above: domus is a minimalist geometric design in blue and pink and quietly take 15
Above: Domus is a minimalist geometric design in blue and pink and quietly takes center stage in this living area; starting at $229 for the 3×5 size.
above: the vastu rug, shown here in a living area, adds subtle color and geomet 16
Above: The Vastu rug, shown here in a living area, adds subtle color and geometry.

For much more, take a look at the full Superlight Collection over on Revival.

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