Vogue’s interiors have an eccentric glamour you won’t find in any interior design magazines. This is partly due to the highly individual tastes of the celebrities they feature and partly due to the outstanding quality of their fashion photography. I hope you enjoy this selection of eye catching interiors glamorized by unusual designer rugs.
An Aubusson rug provides contrasts with the Punk decorating style of the guest room in the London townhouse of Agent Provacateur’s Serena Rees and Joe Corré whose mother Vivienne Westwood designed the fabric on the traditional Edwardian furniture.
A charcoal and cream Moroccan geometric rug provides relief from the optic black and white tile floor and complements an Art Deco Oak dining table and emerald green Moroccan doors in India Jane Birley’s home in Morocco.
A brown and red stair runner rug adds warmth and complements the collection of silhouettes in the stair hall of Mikell House, the Charleston home of Southern Charm’s Patricia Altschul.
A blue, gold and cream geometric rug adds French flair and complements the Patrice Dangel chandelier and custom Mattia Bonetti lacquered-wood dining table in Jacqueline Sackler’s Amagansett, New York home.
A cream, gold and red Oushak rug complements red silk drapes and Suzani bedcover in the turn-of-the-century Paris apartment of the late designer L’Wren Scott.
Images courtesy Vogue.