Hiro the dog posing on the colour bomb  Kate Moross  rug. 

Hiro the dog posing on the colour bomb Kate Moross rug. 

At last, we have finally got round to getting our new Buyers Gallery out there into the ether! Our customers have been kind enough to share their homes with the on-line world and showcase how their piece of Knot Collective ruggage works for them.  Deciding on a rug is hard enough with the amount of choice out there, but buying a rug on-line can feel like a challenge. Trying to decide if the size, colour and design of a rug will work in a room can feel like a stressful process and we wanted to help our customers find some inspiration to imagine how our rugs can compliment their space through the new Buyers Gallery.  This gives you the chance to see how our rugs work in real homes and not just within the stylised photographs that us and many other rug brands have on their websites.  

It's been really exciting to see just how adaptable our recent collection is, being bought for homes with different interior styles and featuring in very different space from cosy living rooms, music studios, children's' bedrooms and home offices.   

Luke Insect Sunrise rug

The sunrise rug adding a finishing touch to the home studio of Tom Furse from band The Horrors


The Deconstruct rug

Thanks to Adam for capturing the great detail and quality of our handwoven dhurrie weave rugs.  The colours in every rug we create are also hand dyed and this makes for rich vibrant hues through all of our designs.  We are in love with this home office space and the amazing art work incorporated into the area, an eclectic range and displayed in a really interesting way.