A pair of kilim-covered chairs and a handmade Tunisian rug provide bursts of color amidst an overall scheme of white, ecru, and cream in the Ibiza home of rug designer Nani Marquina and photographer Albert Font.
Architect Jeff Sherman took a formerly run down row house in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn and turned into a bright, airy home on a shoestring budget. In the living room, family dog Daphne keeps company with a Case Study Day Bed from Modernica, an Eames chair, and a festive Turkish rug.
A vintage sunburst carpet contrasts nicely with the wood-dominated living room in this Portland, Oregon home.
In the living room of an apartment in a historic New York City building, a checkered Nanimarquina rug adds a burst to an otherwise cool palette of grays and blues.
When architect Tamira Sawatzky and her wife, artist and filmmaker Elle Flanders went on the hunt for a new apartment in Toronto, they ended up purchasing a former storefront in the city's Dundas West neighborhood, which they renovated. In the master bedroom, a Bedouin carpet purchased in Jerusalem is accompanied by vintage Eclisse table lamps.
The library in this cozy West Village apartment recieves a splash of color from a Mongolian wool rug made by Niba.