Rugs from Jennifer Manners
Jennifer Manners Friday 08 Nov 2013

As a new contributor to the world of rug design, Jennifer Manners launches her debut collection striking the perfect balance between elegance and eclectic creativity.  Inspired by her travels around the world, and with exquisite attention to detail, Manners' designs are a marriage of images and objects collected from Mumbai to Monte Carlo and everywhere in between. Within its detailing, each rug tells a story and is brought to life by the artisans who craft the pieces by hand. The rugs can be hand woven flat-weaves, Tibetan hand-knotted or high-quality hand-tufted so that the character of a room is enhanced by the particular style of the design. 

Inspired by London's iconic wrought-iron railings and gates, Chainlink and Cast Iron Gate rugs capture these striking, historic features of the city through a modern twist. Chainlink is available in hand-knotted, hand-tufted and handwoven qualities.

Adding to the collection, the abstract design of Crossed Path was inspired by patterns found in stone garden paths near Aix en Provence.  The criss-cross of the ‘stones' alongside the wide bars evokes a soothing feel that fits easily into both traditional and modern design scheme.  

Also within the collection is Kasbah, the rug inspired by tiles found in a Marrakech souk.  This design embodies a fluid pattern that works to relax the eye.

The rugs can be made to any dimension and colour.