Australian furniture and interiors retailer Curious Grace are celebrating the launch of their new line of ‘Armadillo’ rugs.
Words: Erin Stobie
The rugs, which are hand-woven in India, are famous for their use of natural, sustainable fibres and Fair Trade practices. The collection consists of four designs of varying sizes which come in a range of muted colours and feature subtle geometric patterns.
The 100% wool ‘Nala’ rug is available in Natural & Slate and comes in three sizes; 1.7 x 2.4m ($1,440), 3 x 3m ($2,125) and 2.5 x 3.5m ($3,090).
The ‘Ghan’ rug is made using 90% wool pile and 10% cotton. Available in Ecru, the ‘Ghan’ is available in three sizes; 1.7 x 2.4m ($1,440), 2 x 3m ($2125) and 2.5 x 3.5m ($3,090).
The ‘Braid Weave’ round rugs are hand braided, coiled and stitched. Available in Chalk, Pumice and Charcoal, they come in two sizes; 1.82m diameter ($770) and 2.43m diameter ($1,365). The ‘Braid Weave’ rugs are made using a 78% wool and viscose blend.
The ‘Atlas Runner’ is 50% wool pile and 50% cotton. Available in Natural and Limestone, the hall runner measures 0.8 x 4m in length ($915).
Some rugs in the range are available in custom sizes.
All of the ‘Armadillo’ rugs are available now from Curious Grace.