- Hand tufted in New Zealand Wool and Bamboo
- Designed in Australia
- Made in China
- Stock size 200 x 300cm
- Custom colour, size and shape available
House Of Heras is a boutique design studio led by award winning designer Silvana Azzi Heras, who specialises in highly decorative designs applied to a variety of textiles including wallpapers and fabric.
Silvana's second collection sprung from her fascination with Australia’s native bee population – their beauty, variety and their vulnerability. While still retaining the nod to Australiana and the Arts and Crafts movement of the previous collection, these new designs have a deeper and more opulent colour palette of teal green, burgundy and coral, inspired by 70’s design.
When you buy a new rug, you’re making an investment in your home, your space, and your style, and you want it to look perfect in your room.
In addition to finding a rug that compliments the style and function of your space and your own personal taste, you’re also going to want to account for considerations of size, shape and placement.
We’ve created a simple guide to consider when making your rug purchase.Learn more
We advise professional cleaning for all our rugs.
Vacuum regularly - we do not recommend using rotating or
brush head vacuum cleaners on any of our rugs, or vacuum
cleaners with a very strong suction.
Clean spills immediately. Never rub a spill, instead blot any
liquids with a dry absorbent white cloth or white paper towel. If
in doubt, please seek professional advice from our Preferred
Do not steam clean or dry-clean your rug, and avoid harsh
chemicals. Our rugs are not machine-washable.
Direct sunlight will cause fading - avoid direct exposure to
House Of Heras is a boutique design studio led by award winning designer Silvana Azzi Heras, who specialise in highly decorative designs applied to a variety of textiles including wallpapers and fabric. With 17 years as the Head Designer for Baz Luhrmann and Catherine Martin, Silvana’s work on films such as The Great Gatsby, Moulin Rouge and more has been widely recognized.
The collection focuses on Australian flora and fauna as seen through the lens of the Arts and Crafts movement. These intricate and beautiful designs sprung from the desire to create interiors that are high end and opulent, yet give the simple comforting pleasure of being at home surrounded by wonderful things.