Veranda is arguably the most admired interior design magazine among both interior designers and home owners so it is a great pleasure to present Veranda’s 7 most admired rooms with designer rugs on Pinterest in 2016.
1. Southampton, New York
A tonal cream, gray and beige damask rug softens the straight lines of the furniture and brings a serene atmosphere to the living room of a historic Southampton house updated by Thomas Pheasant. It was formerly the residence of Consuelo Balsan, née Vanderbilt, former duchess of Marlborough. 9,900 Pins.
2. Dallas, Texas
A blue and gold Oushak rug provides a cool contrast to the red and fuchsia accents in a light filled family room in a Dallas home designed by Beverly Field. Field created a modern vibe by painting the walls and high ceiling white and mixing contemporary art and furniture with a traditional rug. 8,600 Pins.
3. Greenwich, Connecticut
A tonal cream and beige Greek key rug adds a subtle pattern that complements two cream Holly Hunt sofas while orange accents create pops of color in the family room of a Greenwich, Connecticut house by Suzanne Kasler. 4,100 Pins
4. Greenwich, Connecticut
A pale blue carpet compliments gray and taupe upholstery and cement-gray walls. Blue drapes and a blue ottoman create pop. A a round ceiling fixture echoes the shape of the ottoman creating an elegant atmosphere in a sitting area in the Greenwich house designed by Suzanne Kasler. 4,000 Pins.
5. Chicago Townhouse
Designer Ruthie Sommers creates a modern vibe in a Chicago townhouse living room by juxtaposing a beige East Turkestan rug with a David Hockney painting, a curved back pink velvet custom sofa and a pair of Maison Jansen slipper chairs upholstered in black faux fur. 2,421 Pins
6. Manhattan Townhouse
Designer Timothy Whealon pulls together traditional and modern objects on a cream and gray pinstripe rug creating a modern vibe in a traditional living room. 2,400 Pins
7. Fifth Avenue Duplex
A 19th-century Russian floral needlepoint rug graces the garden room of Susan Gutfreund’s Henri Samuel-designed Fifth Avenue, New York duplex apartment. 2,000 Pins
Room images courtesy of Veranda