[caption id="attachment_92726" align="alignnone" width="546"] Karaoke, from the Lost In Translation series[/caption]
In addition to various stripe designs, including three watercolour variants, and exciting new creations that form part of the 'Lost in Translation' series, Reuber Henning will debut a new 'Classic' Collection.
The Lost in Translation series was inspired by the 2003 film of the same name, which sees Scarlett Johansson and Bill Murray lose themselves in the colorful lights of Tokyo. Various designs are based on crucial scenes in the film, such as "Karaoke", "Whisper" and "Lights".
New designs called 'Woodland', 'Farmland' and 'Graceland' expand the existing 'Neverland' collection of knotted rugs which layer 70 stripes of different color. In addition, 'Blue Velvet', 'Clockwork Orange' and 'Eternal Sunshine' are three new watercolor designs that have a high silk content.
With names like 'BartÃ³k', 'Sibelius' and 'Chopin', the carpets in the new 'Classic' collection feature traditional, geometric patterns and have a high silk content.
Crafted like a painting in wool and silk, the 'Shallow' design joins the existing 'Canvas' Collection.
'A Chorus Line' and 'Paint' join Reuber Henning's 'As Simple As' monochromatic rug series, which are all available in a huge range of different qualities and colours, with and without fringes.
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About the manufacturers: Founded by Birgit Krah, Franziska and Thorsten Reuber in 2007, German rug brand Reuber Henning make timeless rugs produced with the greatest care. All of the designs are made in Nepal, making use of age-old Tibetan techniques. With the help of the local craftsmen's experience, skill and dedication, Reuber Henning's ideas are slowly and diligently turned into genuine rugs, made from natural materials of superior quality.