Wild Flower Teaser

Today’s post gives you a sneak preview of our most eccentric Wildflower Rug. In true ragging tradition, we’ve used all kinds of random colours and offcuts to make this piece of truly recycled art. Below you can see some of the corner detail.

Rag Rug of the Month: Iconic British

Living in the cosmopolitan melting pot of London it stands to reason that many of my friends are from outside the UK and have had what could be described as “exotic” upbringings. At times it’s hard not to feel left out for being just plain ol’ British – like turning up to a party with …

Grecian Rag Rug

Although this rug took quite a while to make, it’s still one of my favourites. I love the way the blues complement the coral and I find the symmetry quite soothing. I’ve often been asked how I start my rug designs and normally I recommend beginning with a border to frame the piece. This rug …

Rag Rug of the Month: Grecian Seashell

Our “Grecian Seashell” rug was inspired by the traditional pottery and aquamarine colours of Greece. I’ll never forget touring the Greek islands during that summer holiday of first year of uni with my dad’s battered old rucksack and enough suncream to sink a battleship. Either way I will never forget the vibrant colours of the buildings and …