Vogue Magazine’s 10 most pinned interiors with decorative rugs feature the edgy and colorful style of young fashion leaders. It is a refreshing change from the pages of interior design magazines.
A grey and white geometric rug contrasts with blue and pink floral Venetian glass doors on the shoe closet of Edie Parker founder Brett Heyman.
A beige silk flat weave rug, sea blue walls and beige upholstery create a calm and elegant atmosphere in Erin Fetherston’s Tribeca loft.
Colorful volumes pop against white bookcases in the dining area of the Soho loft of Untitled Worldwide founder and former Disney Studios Marketing director M. T. Carney.
A beige runner rug with dark brown border bands adds warmth and style to the New York apartment of supermodel Karlie Kloss.
A red rug warms the entrance hall while a blue oriental rug creates pop in the dining room of Marina Rust’s Penobscot Bay, Maine vacation home.
A beige sisal rug adds texture to the stylish New York living room of supermodel Karlie Kloss.
A blue and white striped rug, blue floor, walls and upholstery create a serene atmosphere in the New York living room of Rebecca de Ravenel, the 31 year old founder of Goombay Bazaar.
A beige rug, white bookcases and white walls make the colors pop in the library of Carolina Herrera’s Manhattan Atelier. “Many times I go through the pages of old Vogues. You know fashion is a repetition of ideas, so whatever you see in these books comes back,” Mrs. Herrera told Vogue.
A blue silk rug, blue walls, blue bed and white comforter create a calming bedroom in the Soho loft of M.T. Carney.
A charcoal grey contemporary rug makes the pinks, yellows, purple and greens pop in the Manhattan living room of Brett Heyman.
Images Courtesy Vogue Magazine.