This rug is very helpful in providing color inspiration; you can pick hues right from its stripes and the rug ties them all together.
The rug is made of wool from Tibetan sheep and hand knotted in Kathmandu, Nepal, by skilled weavers.
I never would have thought of using this rug as a stair runner, but the results are mind blowing. My only worry is that I'd take a tumble while engrossed in the swirls on my way down the stairs.
It takes a confident designer to mix such a lively, contemporary rug with a large-scale ancient relief, but the result is striking. There's a balanced mix of several eras in this brownstone's living room.
All the rest of the furniture in this room is very subdued in tone; the neutral hues in the Swirl give it this versatility.
Using the Swirl rug is an eccentric way to update a midcentury modern aesthetic.
Obviously, because of its bright colors and wavy lines, the Swirl is a great choice for a child's playroom or bedroom.
The rug's range of colors and abstract pattern keep a feminine bedroom from becoming too froufrou.