Company C, the award-winning New Hampshire-based design and manufacturing company, will introduce new rug designs highlighting varied constructions for its Colorfields collection during Las Vegas Market in Building A, Space 225.
This introduction for Colorfields represents a global view. The designs highlight ethnically inspired patterns including vintage Persian borders to Moroccan geometrics in softer color palettes. The rugs invite coordinating with Company C’s more patterned and colorful designs — perfect for open concept living.
“What I love about our latest Colorfields collection are the beautiful blended colors that result from mixing different yarn dyeing techniques and weaving. The finished textures evoke a sense of comfort and effortless style,” says Christine Chapin, Co-Founder and Colorful Living Officer at Company C, “They offer refined beauty in natural and soft hues in varying yarns — from jute and cotton blends, to chunky heathered wool, and hand spun polyester in a mélange of colors. Artisan-crafted, each rug creates the foundation for a modern, homespun style.”
Contemporary in style, the Stratosphere rug is the perfect neutral foundation for a room. Offered in two distinct colors — one reminiscent of misty morning skies with a blending of cool blues and touches of green; while the other features the look of natural striated stone from light to dark pewter.
The Mayan rug with its stylistic angles and crisp geometrics is impressive in denim blue and natural undyed yarns.
Inspired by Aztec patterning, the Tori rug is a showpiece of modern simplicity with its wide border framing crisp geometrics. The perfect foundation for a room design, this rug is rendered in aqua and driftwood colors that are hand dyed in wool for exquisite color variation.
Dreaming of wide-open blue skies over the wheat-colored plains, the Dakota rug is a reminder of nature’s spectacular views. A casual, relaxed look of diamond trellis work; this hand-woven rug is beautifully textured in a jute and cotton blend.
The Blair rug is a serene piece featuring a traditional Persian pattern with deep green blues and heathered earthy undertones.
Scandinavian-inspired simplicity, the Ingrid rug fits seamlessly into any decor with its natural and heather neutral tones and hand woven in a thick, wool yarn that looks like your favorite hand-knit sweater.
The new rugs will be available beginning September 2019.