Norr Mälarstrand 02

Oatmeal/Green
$695

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Designed by Swedish architect Andreas Martin Löf for his living and work space in Norr Mälarstrand, Stockholm. Inspired by the typical “Norr Mälarstrand” aesthetics where the architecture lies on the border of classicism and modernism. The rugs patterns are based on elements and colors from the building in green and oatmeal with black accents.

Martin-Löf’s architecture is colored by his in-depth interest for craftsmanship and his eye for details. This plush cut-pile rug is made with New Zealand wool for great quality and a soft feel.

The AML Collection is handmade in small batches. Only a few in each size are available.

Shipping:Delivers in 3-6 business days

Designed by Swedish architect Andreas Martin Löf for his living and work space in Norr Mälarstrand, Stockholm. Inspired by the typical “Norr Mälarstrand” aesthetics where the architecture lies on the border of classicism and modernism. The rugs patterns are based on elements and colors from the building in green and oatmeal with black accents.

Martin-Löf’s architecture is colored by his in-depth interest for craftsmanship and his eye for details. This plush cut-pile rug is made with New Zealand wool for great quality and a soft feel.

The AML Collection 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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AML02 shown in a beautiful dining room, you can also see AML03 in the hallway.

Norr Mälarstrand, Stockholm

Close up of plush rug AML02.

Norr Mälarstrand, Stockholm

Close up of plush rug AML02.

Norr Mälarstrand, Stockholm

The AML 02 rug in Oatmeal and Green shown in a bright, modern apartment with a mirror and a bookcase.

Östermalm, Stockholm.