Introducing the V&A Inspired collection from Flair Rugs
Marking the company’s family-owned heritage, Luxmi features a capsule collection in collaboration with the V&A, the world’s greatest museum of art and design. Launching are four designs based on a 1930s fabric in the museum’s archive, and pattern works by Owen Jones, Gregory Brown and William Morris. Hand-crafted from fine-quality wool and viscose or jacquard loomed in cotton chenille, the rugs are the first from Flair Rugs to bear the V&A Inspired name.
The Victoria and Albert Museum is the world’s leading museum of art, design and performance, with collections unrivalled in their scope and diversity.
The V&A, based in the heart of London on the South Kensington site for more than 160 years, was established to make works of art available to all and to inspire British designers and manufacturers. Today, the archives hold millions of amazing objects including world class collections of glass, textiles, graphics, photography, jewellery and fashion, and continue to intrigue, inspire and inform.
Taken from an original 1876 furniture textile by William Morris which features repeating patterns of tulips, honeysuckle and poppies, Honeysuckle is a contemporary take on a classic design.
An exquisite design based on a print by 19th century architect and designer Owen Jones, updated to suit the modern home. Hand loomed in Turkey, this soft-touch acrylic rug showcases the rich colour and design.
This striking rug draws on an original 1930s textile. Like the Rhapsody it is hand loomed in Turkey and offers the latest in environmentally friendly stain technology, while being gorgeously soft underfoot.