- Designed in Australia by Lia Pielli
- Made in China
- Hand tufted in 100% New Zealand Wool
- Stock size 200 x 300cm
- Custom colour, size and shape available
Our creative designers are the talent behind our many designs and collaborations, and form the foundation for the success of Designer Rugs. Their collection KALEIDOSCOPE is a reflection of their decades of experience creating custom rugs, and desire to create innovative new designs.
KALEIDOSCOPE brings together texture, vibrant colours, edgy repetition of patterns and geometric shapes.
KIMONO is inspired by traditional Japanese Kimono patterns, and the irregular colour play of stepping geometric shapes, coming forward and stepping away.
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
Our creative designers are the talent behind our many designs and collaborations, and form the foundation for the success of Designer Rugs.
Christine McDonald, Lia Pielli and Chloe Boudib develop our highly successful In House Collections - a reflection of their decades of experience creating custom rugs, and desire to create innovative new designs.
“As custom-made specialists, we are lucky to have first-hand experience with what is happening in the market in terms of colour and design,” says senior designer Lia Pielli. “Because we work across both residential and commercial projects with long lead times, we always have our finger on the pulse of interiors trends.”
Seeing how designs are interpreted and changed to suit different homes is a fascinating part of the design process for the Designer Rugs team.
Their In House Collections act as a ‘jumping off point’ for customers to get creative, and it’s rewarding for the team to see the unique, beautiful and sometimes surprising rugs springing from their initial ideas.