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The 5 Under 40 program spotlights young designers in New England, encourages innovative rug design, and supports the education of girls in Pakistan.
We are always experimenting with new designs in our Nepalese line of rugs.
In our most recent shipment from India, we have a good number of dhurrie (alternatively dhurry, durrie, and durry) rugs.
We have almost completed unpacking the rugs that Jeff Arcari bought on his buying trip to Pakistan, India, and Turkey.
Included among the carved paneling, antique stained glass windows, antique furniture, and other items that form a room in a Boston institution is a large and beautiful, but worn, rug.
J24351, 5’ 5″ X 8’ 0″, Hand-knotted in Turkey Many of the rugs being woven today use traditional designs.
We’re a big fan of Design New England, a magazine focusing on the best in architecture, interior design, and garden design around New England.
We were pleased to participate last week in AD 20/21 – Art and Design of the 20th and 21st Century – at The Cyclorama at The Boston Center for The […]
How best to integrate all of your various design elements to achieve the style you want can be overwhelming.