Friday, June 28, 2013

My latest 'go to' item - Round Sisal Rugs

An item thats been popping up in my work recently is a round sisal rug!
Gorgeous & warm in colour, with great texture. A round rug will also soften all the square lines in a room. 

Im loving the Armadillo & co 'Dandelion' rug at the moment!


Another one that I've been using, that is a bit more budget friendly, is the Freedom Madras rug



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  1. Are they scratchy on the back? Worried about my new timber floors. Agonising over new decor too in Family, kitchen, dining area. Two large cream leather sofas dominate and I can't justify tossing them. Can I work with them? Its a large area in a sort of L shape with the dining in the L. Love your looks. Kindly, Tonkath

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