The May 2016 issue of Architectural Digest has so many stunning rooms it was hard to pick only five best so I extended it to the eight best interiors with designer rugs. I hope you will enjoy seeing them as much as I did.
A blue Moroccan rug adds lustrous color and energy to the library of fashion designer Fiona Kotur’s Hong Kong house. Christian Liaigre armchairs upholstered in blue velvet, blue walls and ceiling, dark brown wood paneling and Yves Klein’s Table Bleue complete the stunning effect.
Fiona Kotur’s yellow sitting room is anchored on a gold and brown Moroccan rug complemented by yellow pillows a Kotur designed cocktail table clad in basket-weave pattern copper tile and a 1950s Jansen palm-tree lamp.
A beige and gray designer rug in a large scale geometric pattern and blue bed cover create a calm atmosphere in the master bedroom of Kotur’s Hong Kong house.
A dark brown and cream geometric designer rug complements a Yves Klein’s Table Bleue, dark wood paneled walls and Murano glass decorative objects in the library of a Georgian home near London’s Hyde Park that was recently modernized by designer Philip Vergeylen
A gold flat weave rug complements a purple coffee table, dark brown velvet upholstered sofas, 19th-century Chinese screen and a pair of antique Russian commodes in the Philip Vergeylen designed drawing room.
A 17th century red Oushak rug, gray striped walls and 18th-century paintings of papal scenes evoke 19th-century Milan in the living room of an apartment in Italy’s fashion capital designed by Laura Sartori Rimini and Roberto Peregalli of Studio Peregalli.
A silver and gray silk designer rug adds soft texture to balance a stainless steel chaise longue, glass top cocktail table and sterling silver sculpture in the living room of a mid-century house near Paris rejuvenated by architect Charles Zana.
A silver and gray silk designer rug complements a yellow and black bed throw and artworks by Richard Prince and Lee Ufan in the master bedroom of the Charles Zana designed house.