The Bridge runner, designed by Margo Selby, is a technically complex design achieved with 12 harmonious colours in a geometric progression. Chromatically vivid, inspiration came from remembered travels in the southern Mexican region of Chiapas. The bold use of colour – brights and fluoro – in traditional backstrap weaving of San Cristóbal de las Casas.
To realise this design, artisan weavers have achieved an ambitious feat, pushing the boundaries of the craft. Each rug is handwoven by highly skilled practitioners on two warp beams that interlace the wool yarns. It is a warp-faced format, more typically used for simple stripes in just a few colours – the Bridge design takes this simple principle and expands its potential.
Pile Composition: 100% Wool
Hand Loom – Specific to orthogonal designs, warp-faced hand loom rugs are traditionally woven on a horizontal loom. During the making process – a technique similar to that of velvet – makers insert rods into the warp, determining the depth of the pile height, which is then cut; the resultant rug is dense and sumptuous.
Materials - Indian Chokla Wool – natural, durable, versatile, sustainable.
Your email has been sent
Subscribe to our newsletter to receive fun and fabulous interiors inspo straight to your inbox.