The Bellwood Rug is the result of an exciting local collaboration between Bellwood and Tappeti Fine Handcrafted Rugs
August 17th, 2012
The partnership between Bellwood & Tappeti began in 2D form with a Bellwood postcard collected from a Graduate Exhibition in 2012 at the Design Centre Enmore.
The alliance evolved organically, based on a few simple but fundamental values both companies share; craftsmanship, quality and the ability to customize product on a case-by-case scenario.
Tappeti’s rugs have the power to transform spaces into places of depth, imbued with colour and emotion; texturally they offer a comfort and warmth that is unrivalled.
Made from 100% New Zealand wool, a Bellwood Rug is made to be loved, lived-on and long lasting – Bellwood and Tapetti’s collaboration is an investment in quality and joy.
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