Earlier in the week, I was fortunate enough to attend the launch of Designer Rugs’ latest collaboration with Australian designers, Easton Pearson. Working side-by-side with talented design folk isn’t anything new for the brand. They’ve previously joined forces with the likes of Dinosaur Designs, Akira Isogawa, Wedgwood, Catherine Martin and more.
Arcadia is handmade from 100% New Zealand Wool and feature vibrant floral design, reminiscent of traditional chintz tapestries with a modern twist.
The Coromandel Collection is the second range for Designer Rugs Easton Pearson have infused their signature eclectic use of colour on, building on themes first seen in their debut collection.
“With our second collection for Designer Rugs we have continued our exploration of the intricate hand drawn details of Chintz textiles. Our designs take chintz back to its original purpose as sophisticated floor coverings, but the macro focus on tiny fragments gives traditional design a new modern viewpoint,” Easton Pearson.
Tell us what you think of the Coromandel Collection.
First Morning is handmade from New Zealand wool and silk and showcases striking oversized patterns.
The Old Library has been nominated for a Belle - Coco Republic Interior Design Award this year! Last month we shared the details about the restaurant’s interior with you here as well as an interview with Mario Kalpou here. We’re now excited to announce the restaurant’s design is nominated along with Apollo at Potts Point and Scarlett at The Rocks in its category.
The awards tomorrow will celebrate the excellence in Australian interior design and decoration by individuals, partnerships and design practices at residential, commercial and corporate levels. These prestigious awards are committed to supporting the creativity and innovation of the Australian interior design industry.
The Old Library offers the finest flavours of Southern Italy in a designer setting that’s fresh and modern and remains true to the heritage of its 1908 building.
Lightly has launched its fun and funky Merry-Go-Round wall hooks. They’re proudly made in Australia from plantation pine in Victoria and were inspired by circus themes and toys. Designer, Cindy-Lee Davies, brings form and function to primary colours and geometric shapes through her latest creations.