Peyer-Syntex: Indoor-outdoor carpets, homely and robust
Peyer-Syntex's new carpet collection is "full of emotions and exciting colour themes" – and, as usual, available from stock.
With its new Rayon quality, the Hessian supplier introduces a new series to extend the upper end of its product range. The thick machine-woven carpet is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use and features a vivid high-low pattern; the light-coloured yarn has a natural look.
Mc Three: Soft fantasy patterns with recycled fibres
More than a quarter of the fibres used for the new Mc Three quality Reflexion come from plastic waste, or more precisely, from recycled polypropylene. Among other things, yarn remnants from the company's own stocks were processed here. This collection is also produced in Belgium with energy from sustainable sources.
Mc Three: Flatweaves with wool, sustainably produced
With the Pure flatweave collection, the Belgian weaver Mc Three follows the principle "less is more" and achieves great effects with few means: Pure's colour palette consists of exactly two natural shades (beige and grey), and its designs know to impress through clever subtleness, using different weaving techniques to imitate the surface structures of wood, sand, grain fields or tiled floors. The woolly feel of the rugs is due to the fact that the yarn actually contains new wool.
Makalu Design / Paulig Carpets: Delicate play of colours with silken accents
In the Makalu Domus collection, Makalu presents a soft play of colours with delicate silken accents, including a design with feathers blending into each other. In another design, the graphic Art-Deco-style border with its delicate silk sheen effectively builds tension with the lively colourfulness of the background. The special dyeing technique using vegetable dyes (abbreviated VEG) creates a beautiful abrash that can be recreated at any time, based on the 325 colours of the Makalu Design colour system. Carpets in this collection have a knotting density of 80 knots per square inch (approx. 124,000 knots per m2
Otto Golze: Schöner Wohnen and Astra now also in custom sizes
In order to have the best effect in a room, a rug or carpet needs to be exactly the right size. These measurements, however, do not always correspond with one of the standard sizes available from stock. For this reason Otto Golze now introduces custom-sizeable qualities to the Schöner Wohnen and Astra collections: monochrome rugs and rugs with designs, some with all-over patterns, some with a vintage look.
Zollanvari: Under the sign of the lion
The lion has been a prominent symbol to humankind for tens of thousands of years; in Persian mythology, the majestic animal is a symbol of valour and sovereignty. Indeed, in the course of the Iranian history, no other symbol has been so long-lived or meaningful.
With their new „lion collection“, Zollanvari now offer carpets with modern images of the "King of the Beasts", produced in traditional handicraft.
Reinkemeier-Rietberg: Pure jute, hand-woven
You can't get more natural than this: the Mamda carpet by Reinkemeier-Rietberg is hand-woven from pure, untreated jute fibre and thus displays the typical silky golden sheen of the fully biodegradable fibres. The plants from which they are obtained belong to the mallow family and thrive in an ever-humid, tropical climate. "Sustainability is not a trend, but the only way to shape the future," says Marketing Manager Jürgen Hemsel.
Dandelion: A pattern inspired by ritual garments
With its kinetic pattern, Dandelion's D-Rug has been inspired by ritual tribal garments from the past. Lithuanian designer Brigita Krasauskaite created the design for the Dandelion rug company based in Manhattan, New York. The rug is handknotted in Afghanistan from Ghazni wool. Custom sizes are also available.
Lenzing: Recycling 2.0 with Refibra technology
Carpet manufacturers have been using Tencel branded lyocell fibres by Lenzing for several years now. These cellulose fibres are obtained from the renewable raw material wood in an environmentally responsible process. Materials made of 100% Tencel fibres are completely biodegradable and can therefore be returned to nature – a closed loop.
Paulig Teppiche: Fine flatweaves, warm tones
The design D 160, whose stripes softly merge into each other, is new to the best-selling Monza collection by Paulig and beautifully comes into its own on the fine virgin wool flatweave. In spice shades such as cinnamon, turmeric, saffron and paprika for example (Monza D 160/11), which provide a cosy atmosphere while the outdoor temperatures are below zero. The rug is available in widths up to 500 cm.