Geometry Class: New Introductions from Warp & Weft

Geometry Class: New Introductions from Warp & Weft

Three new designs from Warp & Weft are made to be underfoot, but not understated. Part of the Modern Collection, Stonehenge, Creeks II, and Glaciers each have a distinct geometric pattern.

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The new introductions can be made in custom colors and sizes

Like other rugs in the Modern Collection, these three are made of pure Himalayan wool and Indian mulberry silk, which are left unbleached to impart a unique color quality to the fibers when dyed. Hand-woven in Nepal, the rugs have 100 knots per square inch. They are washed and finished in Switzerland for a unique surface appearance.

Stonehenge is a layered pattern of elliptical shapes (the burgundy ellipse is a silk-wool tweed) over a gray and ivory background. Creeks II – Slate features round shapes in a tone-on-tone pattern of gray wool and silk. Glaciers employs the same monochromatic technique, but in a linear abstract design mean to recall ice on a window.

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Creeks II – Slate

New introductions are created in 9′ x 12′ sizes and are available in custom colors and sizes. Visit the company’s web site for more information or to learn about custom options.

About the Manufacturer: Warp & Weft is a to-the-trade showroom headquartered in New York City. Warp & Weft is also known for its extensive custom capabilities and dedication to helping designers make their rug design visions a reality. The company recently added a collection of customizable handed-tufted designs to the product catalog. Warp & Weft is committed to achieving the most ethical of manufacturing standards. All of the company’s modern rugs are GoodWeave certified, which ensures that no child labor was used in manufacturing.

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