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In a Manhattan apartment designed by Sasha Bikoff, two 18th-century French bergère chairs are covered in a hot pink Maharam fabric. The 1920s Chinese deco rug is dyed peacock blue — part of the apartment’s goal to merge Old World aesthetic and whimsical style.
This modern Mexican house amongst the trees is centred by a living room with a sofa, ottoman and chairs by Maxalto. The cocktail table and circular side table are by B&B; Italia. The ceiling is panelled in walnut, the wall behind the sofa is clad in steel and the rug is an antique Persian. The two red velvet chairs add warmth to the composition, echoing the hues in the antique Persian rug.
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In the living room of fashion designer Erin Beatty and filmmaker Lex Sidon’s West Village duplex, which was designed by Lara Apponyi and Michael Woodcock of Work + Sea, the leather sofa is by Michael Felix, the love seat is by Pinch, and the Marcel Breuer chairs are from Knoll; the marble cocktail table is a custom design, the stool by Reinaldo Sanguino is from the Future Perfect, the floor lamp is by Noir, the rug is by Aelfie, and the paintings are by Jimmy Lee Sudduth, left, and Willie Jinks.
In an eclectic NYC home, the 1940s club chair is covered in a chintz from the same decade, the sofa is by Maison Jansen, and the wallpaper is by Doug & Gene Meyer; the circular rug is by Niba Collections, the carpet is by Holland & Sherry, the cocktail tables are by Fredrikson Stallard, and the central artwork is an Indian sign painting.
The Macushi rug complements this contemporary living room perfectly. The Macushi are a population living in the border of southern Guyana and northern Brazil. When married, the Macushi couple lives in the wife’s village and the father-in-law is of great importance in Macushi kinship. Their ancestral family bonds and religious beliefs are depicted by this wool rug, that with its delicate flower patterns and sand hues will be perfect to decorate any modern home decor.
In a treehouse-style Mexican home, the family room’s sofa and ottoman are by Ligne Roset, the Saarinen side table is by Knoll, and the chairs are by Hans Wegner. The Arco lamp is by Flos, the pillows and rug are custom designs, and the tapestry was created from a traditional Bhutanese man’s robe.
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Source: Elle Decor | Rug’Society