Have you noticed how flat weave rugs are appearing more and more frequently in the interiors in Architectural Digest, Veranda and Elle Decor? The reason for their growing popularity will become clearer as you view today’s ten chic interiors with flat weave rugs. These rugs are amazingly flexible and work in all kinds of settings. If there is a common thread that runs through these rooms by AD100 designers it is that they feel comfortable, chic and unpretentious. These qualities are rarely found together but when they are the product becomes highly desirable.
1. A flat weave rug with a subtle but luxurious texture is a perfect complement for modern abstract art as in this Rose Tarlow designed master bedroom in the Brentwood, California home of Eli Broad.
This view of the Rose Tarlow designed bedroom shows more of the museum quality art.
3. A blue geometric flat weave rug with a traditional pattern creates a relaxing atmosphere in a contemporary urban bedroom as demonstrated by this master bedroom in a Manhattan apartment designed by Eric Cohler.
4. A cream tone on tone geometric flat weave rug adds a light and airy feeling to a room with important traditional furniture as in this living room in the Palm Beach house of Wilbur Ross designed by Bunny Williams.
5. A white textured flat weave rug brings a modern vibe and a feeling of luxury to a mountain chalet as in this living room of the Aspen, Colorado retreat of designer Pauline Pitt.
6. A beige flat weave rug with a subtle strie adds warmth to contemporary and mid-century modern furniture in a mountain home as in this living room by Shelton, Mindel Associates in Aspen Colorado.
7. A blue and white geometric flat weave rug brings a sense of order and unifies traditional and modern furniture as in this living room of a Hamptons home designed by Steven Gambrel and architect Robert A. M. Stern.
8. A blue, white and beige geometric flat weave rug adds pattern and sophistication to a traditional dining room without making the room feel precious as in this room by designer Trisha Rege.
9. A tonal blue textured flat weave rug adds interest and warmth to a contemporary seaside dining room as in this room in a retreat in Sagaponack, New York designed by Cullman & Kravis.
10. A red, blue, green and cream plaid flat weave rugbrings a cheerful vibe to a lakeside bedroom as in a Lake Placid, New York vacation home by architect G. P. Schafer.