I had create a Pinterest board for Palm Beach interiors with designer rugs more than a year ago. Today I went back to see which had garnered the most pins. Here are the 14 most popular.
Powder room in the Palm Beach Red Cross Showhouse by Melissa Ziober and Noe X. Guerra of NXG Studio.
The large square pattern cream flat weave rugs creates a subtle grid the gives a feeling of order to the several seating areas. Tan-gold Louis XV–style and bergère chairs and Venetian plaster walls create a warm and elegant atmosphere in Bunny Williams design of the living room in the Palm Beach, Florida home of Wilbur and Hilary Geary Ross. Mario Buatta designed the couples home in Southampton.
A custom dhurrie rug in a sea inspired pattern in pale gold and brown complements the dining chairs and warm gold drapes and pale gold walls in the Bunny Williams designed dining room in the home of Wilbur and Hilary Geary Ross.
Asmara’s Ferncroft needlepoint rug inspired the soothing greens of the walls and upholstery in this timeless Palm Beach sunroom designed by Allison Palladino.
A blue and white geometric rug with a Greek key border complements emerald green drapes and dining chair seats in Palm Beach penthouse designed by Scott Snyder.
Asmara’s Branches Aubusson rug complements tan-gold upholstered chairs and complements the garden views outside this Palm Beach living room designed by Kemble Interiors.
Asmara’s Summer oriental rug inspired the soft palette of nature’s hues in a Palm Beach living room designed by Mimi McMakin (mother of Celerie Kemble), Keithley Miller and Brooke Huttig of Kemble Interiors, Palm Beach, Florida.
“The client wanted pale coral, soft blue and white—I thought, Great, let’s do it,” said AD100 designer Thomas Britt in an interview in Architectural Digest. Britt chose a bold blue-on-blue antique dhurrie rug for the living room because it “strengthens the palette,” he says.
A pale aqua designer rug creates a serene background for sea blue, aqua and cream color palette of the Ross’s Palm Beach bedroom designed by Bunny Williams.
A cream and blue designer rug sets a calm and elegant background for gold and yellow pillows on cream and white upholstery. Aqua green glass panels and beige drapes add layering in a Palm beach living room designed by Nestor Santa-Cruz.
Soft golden-yellow walls cast a warm glow in the Bunny Williams designed powder room of Wilbur and Hilary Ross’s 1939 Palm Beach, Florida home. The mirrored vanity and ornate plaster framing around is complemented by a Murano-glass chandelier.
Thomas Britt told Architectural Digest that he “pumped the blue up” in this master bedroom. “The whole trick with these paint treatments is that you have to try them out in the actual space,” he says, “then check how the light reflects off the walls and the ceiling.” The cream, blue and orange dhurrie rug adds a watery pattern that amplifies the blues of the walls and drapes and also stands up to the bright yellow and reds in the abstract painting.
A blue contemporary designer rug pops against white walls, sofa and ottoman and adds energy and and drama to this Palm Beach study by Furze Bard.
A purplish-red and white designer rug makes a striking contrast with white walls and white upholstery in AD100 designer Campion Platt’s Palm Beach living room. Orange pillows, black and brown accessories and a red sofa adds layering of color, shapes and textures.