Modern

Tableau Blue
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The timeless elegance of an early 20th century Swedish design inspired this collection. We’d like to think of it as a piece of art, for your floor to give your room a modern touch. This plush cut-pile rug is made with New Zealand wool for great quality and a soft feel.

This is a limited edition blue color created in collaboration with Copenhagen-based flower studio TABLEAU and its founder Julius Værnes Iversen. “I like working with contrasts and the electric blue color is the best contrast color that’s available to flowers since it doesn’t exist within the natural color palette of botanicals,” says Julius.

Modern is handmade in small batches. Only a few in each size are available.

Shipping:Delivers in 3-6 business days

The timeless elegance of an early 20th century Swedish design inspired this collection. We’d like to think of it as a piece of art, for your floor to give your room a modern touch. This plush cut-pile rug is made with New Zealand wool for great quality and a soft feel.

This is a limited edition blue color created in collaboration with Copenhagen-based flower studio TABLEAU and its founder Julius Værnes Iversen. “I like working with contrasts and the electric blue color is the best contrast color that’s available to flowers since it doesn’t exist within the natural color palette of botanicals,” says Julius.

Modern is handmade in small batches. Only a few in each size are available.

Product Details
  • Hand loomed cut pile design. 13 mm thickness.
  • New Zealand wool, for softness and durability.
  • Designed in Stockholm, handmade in Bhadohi, India.
  • Goodweave™ Certified – Learn more
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Gallery

Modern in color Tableau Blue displayed in the colorful and creative Copenhagen home of Julius Værnes Iversen.

Copenhagen, Denmark.

Atelier, Tegnérgatan, Stockholm.

Copenhagen, Denmark.