The July-August issue of Veranda has an elegant mix of traditional and contemporary styles. Here are my picks for the 7 best interiors with decorative rugs.
A Long Island house with landscape and architecture by Kevin Murphy and interiors by David Kleinberg.
A grey contemporary rug adds subtle texture to the David Kleinberg designed living room.
A cream and beige Oushak rug layered on top of an Abaca rug adds structure and a feeling of luxury to a Mark D. Sikes designed living room in Hollywood Hills, CA.
The master bedroom balcony overlooks a Mark D. Sikes designed garden.
The same floral fabric on the canopy, drapes and upholstery gives the room unity while a sisal rug adds subtle texture in the master bedroom by Mark D. Sikes.
Here is an Asmara floral rug with a similar historical inspiration.
Asmara’s Branches Aubusson rug is made from on an original painting by Elizabeth Moisan who was inspired by the 18th century English textile artist Ana Maria Garthwaite.
Green fabrics and a blue striped rug connect the great room with the garden in the Hollywood Hills home.
Oscar de la Renta’s new fabrics are inspired by historical fabrics and Savonnerie rugs such the one in his living room.
The three Asmara rugs below are inspired by similar historical sources:
Piero Castellini Baldissera’s garden in his home on the French Riviera.
Blue and white objects fabrics inspired by history.
The Asmara rug below is inspired by similar historical sources:
A multicolored striped rug and purple accented Ikat pillows add zip to neutral upholstery and walls in Kelli Ford’s Southampton living room.
Blue drapes pop against a brown and white geometric rug and brown chairs in Kelli Ford’s Southampton dining room.
See more interiors in the July- August issue of Veranda
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