Inspired by the promise of exotic destinations, Vixen’s collaboration with the luxury Designer Rugs has produced a colourful and vibrant range of stock and custom-made rugs. Displaying a bold colour and design pallet woven in 100% NZ wool, the seven unique designs successfully marry Vixen’s signature hand-detailing with the rich textile traditions born along the […]
November 21st, 2008
Inspired by the promise of exotic destinations, Vixen’s collaboration with the luxury Designer Rugs has produced a colourful and vibrant range of stock and custom-made rugs. Displaying a bold colour and design pallet woven in 100% NZ wool, the seven unique designs successfully marry Vixen’s signature hand-detailing with the rich textile traditions born along the ancient trade routes of the Silk Road – from Asia to the Middle East and North Africa.
Georgia Chapman, the Melbourne-based designer and maker of Vixen textiles, fashion and homewares has developed an international following for her custom-dyed, hand printed, etched and embellished silks, jerseys and velvets. Prior to establishing her own label, Georgia’s designs adorned collections for Collette Dinnigan and Scanlan & Theodore.
Georgia’s unique style has translated beautifully into a seductive collection of rugs that carry her hallmark – hand –detailed layers of complimentary colours and prints combining in luxurious union.
Dimensions: Standard size 200cm x 300cm
Delivery time: 8 weeks
Variations: All designs can be custom coloured and /or sized
Finish: All rugs are 100% New Zealand Wool, with a selection including Pure Silk or Viscose
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