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Commercial Installation | RH Construction April 12 2019
Thank you to RH Construction for selecting a gorgeous Kush rug for their seating space. RH's new Portland office is beautiful.
Commercial Installation | Howard S. Wright February 12 2019
Kush gracing the lobby of the Howard S. Wright building in beautiful Portland Oregon. The owners choose a hand made rug woven with wool for durability and clean-ability. The textured rug is from our modern collection.
Installation | Soderberg Design February 06 2019
A custom hand tufted rug for Soderberg Design. The colors in the rug perfectly compliment the furniture fabric. Our team loves assisting interior designers and architects in realizing their creative vision. Peruse round rug designs, or contact Kush and we'll help you design your perfect rug.
Installation | Commercial Office January 08 2019
A transitional rug anchoring a handsome seating area. The space was originally a barn that was converted to a work space.
Installation | Heidi Semler Interior Design March 30 2018
Layers aren't just for delicious cakes. Using rugs to layer creates visual texture, and in this case, adds a pattern on top of a neutral sisal rug. While sisal provides a beautiful palette to work with, walking on wool is a lot softer for bare feet.
Installation | Dining Room January 13 2018
Installation | Osmose Design April 04 2015
Osmose Design is the creative interior design team behind such notable commercial projects as Ava Gene's, Salt & Straw, & Panic, as well as gorgeous residential interiors like the Fisher & Ricker Residences. For Portland foodies, yes, that it is Portland super chef and restauranteur Andy Ricker.
It is exciting to be a small part of such beautiful work!
Installation | Tonia February 08 2015
We have been getting quite a few requests for round rugs lately, especially for dining rooms. Here is a beautiful round rug in a modern setting. The Luxe rug was hand made in looped and cut wool pile with custom colors chosen by our client Tonia. We appreciate her sharing a photo for all to enjoy! Note the beautiful repeating circular motif that starts with the lighting and connects down to the table and rug. Kitty seems rather pleased with the overall effect.