The 6 best interiors with designer rugs in the January 2016 Architectural Digest include Peter Marino’s spectacular contemporary ski retreat in the Colorado Rockies as well as Jeffrey Bilhuber’s stylish makeover of a classic Seattle house. These rooms show how two AD100 designers enhance rooms with six different styles of designer rugs.
A vintage Moroccan designer rug pops against white mid century modern upholstered chairs and gray slate floor and defines the fireside sitting area of the dining room in architect Peter Marino and wife Jane’s Colorado Rockies ski retreat.
A cream and gold custom designer rug on a reclaimed teak floor adds luxurious softness and warm contrast to the massive gray and blue Anselm Kiefer paintings in the Marino’s Colorado living room.
A gray slate wall surrounds the Marino’s living room fireplace. A pair of dark brown leather chairs add warm contrast to the gray wall, white sofa and cream designer rug.
A blue and gray contemporary designer rug complements snow covered mountain views in the Marino’s master bedroom.
A beige custom flat weave designer rug provides a serene backdrop for cream and white traditional upholstery dark wood antique tables and a contemporary Démiurge chandelier in the living room of a Seattle home designed by Jeffrey Bilhuber.
A custom reddish orange cut and loop designer rug in a medium scale geometric pattern adds warmth and a subtle texture to the Bilhuber designed library.
A custom green designer rug in a small scale geometric pattern adds a soft texture and subtle pattern and creates an interesting reflection in the antiqued-mirror wall panels in the Jeffrey Bilhuber designed dining room.
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