Spring has certainly sprung! Flowers are making their way to the sun, and we are all looking forward to spending more time outside. As if sensing our desire to live outdoors, notNeutral delivers a collection of bright and sunny objects to celebrate the season.
Pillows in verdant greens, juicy oranges and flashy pinks work outdoors to soften patio furniture or to liven up an indoor space. Carpets, dishes, note cards, outdoor furniture, and even silk scarves will make you forget about that season that has finally given way to warmer days.
Surya's Alameda rug was recently spotted in a home tour on The Everygirl featuring Kate Arends' Minneapolis apartment. Kate is the creative mind behind Wit & Delight, a blog that we love! The light-filled apartment is modern, but her style is a definite mix of old and new. It's always nice to see products available at Modern Karibou completing incredible spaces.
We are pleased to share our colourful new selection of Surya rugs with you. The Frontier Collection features reversible, handwoven rugs that are produced completely from wool. These flat-weave styles come in a variety of bold patterns that are certain to be the finishing touch in your modern home. Surya creates durable and affordable masterpieces that will define your space and set it apart from the rest.
Surya has been manufacturing innovative and fashionable textiles for over 35 years. Their designers and weavers allow homeowners to achieve effortless design with a comprehensive collection for luxurious interiors. They create timeless and innovative pieces using exceptional materials. Choose from hundreds of unique creations in a variety of shapes and sizes.
This vertically-integrated manufacturer of rugs boasts an impressive list of design partners including the likes of Bob Mackie and Aimée Wilder. Even the Smithsonian has collaborated with Surya to create hand-tufted rugs inspired by artifacts found within the museum and gallery archives. Innovative design starts with a Surya rug.
Born and raised in New York, Aimée spent her school holidays exploring the fashion showrooms where her parents both worked. From this early exposure to fashion trends and textiles, Aimée developed the foundation for her diverse interest in design and trends.
The seeds of the Malene B brand were sewn on a trip to Southeast Asia in early 2001. This visit renewed a passion for the diversity of international cultures that Brooklyn-based designer, Malene B had felt since childhood.
Atlanta based artist and textile designer, Beth Lacefield, is known for her globally inspired aesthetic. As a collector of all manner of things – from vintage textiles, beads, shells, rusty hardware, design books and French manuscripts – Beth is constantly inspired by the world around her.
Paule Marrot was the quintessential French textile artist. She is known for her flat, two-dimensional textile prints with fresh, colorful, and spontaneous motifs that conjure up a feeling of "joie de vivre".
As a designer and accomplished ceramic artist, Massachusetts-based Jill Rosenwald has spent decades cultivating her unique and recognizable style. Her collection for Surya includes handmade rugs with her mark of graphics sophistication.