I have mentioned it before, a (preferably vintage) rug is one on the best items you can get for adding character and warmth to a room. Pink Rug Co is a great source for vintage Moroccan rugs. In this Etsy shop a large, hand-selected collection of Boucherouite and Beni Ourain is offered. And I have some great news: Pink Rug Co is giving away one beautiful rug to a reader of The Style Files. To win this giveaway, simply:
- follow Pink Rug Co.’s really pretty Pinterest profile;
- from the Pink Rug Co. Pinterest board “PRC MOROCCAN RUGS!” pin your favorite Pink Rug Co. rug;
- comment below, and tell us that you’ve followed along, and which rug you love at Pink Rug Co (only the name of the rug, not the link as your comment can then be regarded as spam);
- the winner can pick a rug from a selection of thirteen rugs which are featured at the end of this post.
Please comment by Monday, June 15, 12pm CET and make sure to leave a way to reach you via twitter, facebook, email or your website. This giveaway is worldwide! We’ll announce a winner selected by a random number generator here on The Style Files in the week of June 20th, so be sure and follow along. Note: please do not leave your email or web address in the body of the comment, only in the allotted boxes.
Cult coffee company Campos has opened their third flagship Sydney store in Dulwich Hill late last year. Besides serving good coffee this popular cafe also provide light lunch items including sandwiches, baguettes and sausage rolls. All items are made and supplied from their own bakery. The clean Scandinavian style interior is designed by Luchetti Krelle, an award winning Sydney based, architecture and interior design firm established by Stuart Krelle and Rachel Luchetti. I especially love that stunning counter which is made from wood in various colors.
In June IKEA will release a tropical inspired limited edition collection of furniture and home accessories. The NIPPRIG collection is designed and made as a collaboration between IKEA and local producers in Vietnam and Indonesia.Renewable materials like bamboo, rattan, seagrass and water hyacinth are combined with traditional skills like handweaving. The result is a distinctive range of furnishings that showcase the warmth and beauty of natural materials combined with a unique look shaped and made by traditional craftsmanship. You can see the entire collection here.
These adorable bunny – and bear-eared bent plywood chairs from Oeuf NY are sure to inspire a bit of extra fun while your child creates, snacks, or reads in their very own, kid-sized chair. Available from Smallable and Nubie.
This beautiful restored townhouse is located in the heart of London. The house oozes history (the house is from 1820!) and architect McClaren Excell has managed to remove years of neglect and decay while creating a modern and elegant home. Most of the furniture in the house is antique, but some modern elements can be found. In some rooms industrial materials have been used, but still the house exudes a warm and welcoming feeling.
A rug is the perfect accessory to give instant color and atmosphere to a room. Rugs are also great to create separate areas in a larger space. For instance you can mark the transition between the living area and the dining area by using a rug. I especially love vintage kilim rugs as they even add more character and warmth to a space. In this post you can see some example how these kind of rugs can be used. Le Souk has a extensive collection of vintage kilim rugs and with code KILIM25 you now get 25% off all rugs! This offer is valid until 25th May or until stock lasts (all kilims are unique and there is only one of each!).