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Sometines one rug is enough to tye all the living spaces together. The adage that a rug can unite a room comes true in these seven homes.
A cool palette of greys and blues is offset by a colorful Nanimarquina rug and burgundy sofa at this luminous New York apartment.
At a midcentury renovation in Portland, a vintage sunburst rug visually harmonizes with the rich grain of the kitchen counter.
A black-and-white rug riffs on the geometric motif found throughout this beachside apartment in southwest France.
Carpeting in children’s playrooms begs for stains, but the way this rug’s stripes mimic the colorful book display is worth the risk.
A geometric rug does as much to brighten this home office in Chicago as the SoCo Modern Socket pendant.
The retro ambience evident throughout Jonathan Adler and Simon Doonan’s vacation home is epitomized by the Whitaker chair and ottoman, and underscored by a Talitha rug.
Partitioned down the middle by a sliding wall, the two halves of this workspace/library in Japan are united by a table, pendant, and rug.