Otto Golze: Consistent concepts for retailersThe full-range supplier Otto Golze sees great potential for both online and bricks-and-mortar retailers and supports its customers with a lot of service for both categories: with "talking" pictures, advice and a strong in-house and field crew. After over a year of Corona, the company is doing well. Now Golze is investing heavily in several areas, such as warehouse expansion, on-site product finishing and a new IT system.
Reuber Henning: hand-woven carpets in „painterly“ colours
Twill – that is the name of the new, slightly mottled hand-woven carpet collection by Reuber Henning. It was inspired by the Italian still life painter Giorgio Morandi, who worked exclusively with a few subtle shades of colour such as pastel orange, coral, ochre and brown tones to create a harmonious, yet unusual atmosphere.
Bomat: Handmade, in custom sizes
Bomat offers exclusively handmade carpets and rugs in custom sizes. The Belgians have their own production in India (handloom) and mainly use natural fibres such as wool, linen, hemp and silk.
Mc Three: Round, oval and irregular shapes
Belgian machine weaver Mc Three has fully embraced the shape trend. The product range includes round and oval rugs as well as slightly irregular shapes, flat-woven or with pile.
Tom Tailor / Theo Keller: Carpets reminiscent of modern art
In cooperation with the Hamburg-based home blogger Anne Dirfard, Tom Tailor developed the "Coloured Shapes" series, and Theo Keller had the carpets made. The result is a well affordable and at the same time very stylish rug that combines big coloured areas and shapes reminiscent of modern art.
Inigo Elizalde Rugs: Expressive floral rugs
The expressive floral rugs created by Inigo Elizalde Rugs (New York City) are hand-woven in the Philippines, with 100 % abacá fibres. This plant species is native to East Asia and belongs to the banana family.
Leolux: One rug, three sections
„Shapes“ – but different: The rugs in Leolux's „Frame“ collection (design: Studio Truly Truly) consist of three sections, each with its own structure: The outer section is low-pile, the optical "window" has a high pile, the frame consists of fringes. 96% wool, 4% viscose.
Theo Keller: Beni Ouarain – subtle, colourful and unique
The Moroccan Beni Ouarain has many faces, and Theo Keller shows several of them in its product range. The classic version is beige, with a characteristic diamond pattern, and hand-knotted from pure new wool. Another version has the same design, is made from the same material, but is much more eye-catching with its deep berry or purple colouring.
Balta Home: Antique look and different yarn thicknesses
Balta Home offers machine-woven Berber-look carpets with very different looks and feels: The Berclon quality Re_Fold with a very short pile ("zero pile") is even foldable for easy shipping. The basic fabric made of recycled cotton (from production surpluses) gives the carpet an antique look.
Mc Three: Natural tones and delicate patterns
Muted natural tones and delicate patterns characterise the current collections of the Belgian weaver Mc Three. The slightly irregular graphic-organic Beni Ouarain designs go well with this colour scheme.