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18.10.06

under foot

anthro

quite frankly, when i first saw this rug i was surprised i liked it. it's not something i would normally pick but i was drawn to the deep ink color of the background and the bold paisley pattern. anthropologie has really been dead on in my book lately so i was thrilled to see so many great additions to the rug section. the paisley rug is a small 2x3 foot design going for $68 (perfect for a bathroom or kitchen rug) and the colorful melon rug is a larger piece ranging from $300-$800. they also added some cute vases i posted at HG yesterday- always nice to see designs under $50 at anthropologie.

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6 Comments:

Anonymous milo said...

The paisley rug looks very clean and and wellformed, perfect for a kitchen like you said.

11:23 AM  
Blogger Muted & Tender said...

i like both those rugs. pretty nice. but i totally thought the paisley was a jalapeƱo.

1:29 PM  
Anonymous Nicole said...

The bright rug is totally out of stock (except for the big one). And ideas where else to find it? N

5:17 PM  
Blogger design*sponge said...

nicole

i saw in it soho last weekend- maybe you could check with a local shop (a local anthro i mean).

d*s

5:21 PM  
Anonymous jasmine said...

Bummer alert: My best friend sent me a Philadelphia Weekly article that Anthropologie/Urban Outfitters prez Richard Hayne contributed $7500 to the Republican Party and over $13,000 to right-wing Republican Sen. Rick Santorum's campaign.

This doesn't put him in the same category as say ExxonMobile or Outback Steakhouse, but still...

See who contributes what at: http://www.buyblue.org/company/ranking/donations. Fascinating stuff.

7:23 PM  
Blogger design*sponge said...

i wonder if we'll ever talk about anthropologie here and not have someone point out the republican/ rick santorum thing.

again, the president contributed. not the designers, not the store managers not the visual merchandiers- the president. i'd hate to punish a whole sea of talented people for what one man way up the chain did. i know many, many designers selling their work through anthropologie (they've really been picking up some fantastic indie designers lately) and i think it's unfair to cast them all with the same net...or whatever that expression is. yes, it totally blows that he donates to a creep like santorum but please, can we see that perhaps the people in the actual store have NO control over what someone like the president does? i think a lot of people would be shocked to find out what their own company or parent corporation's bosses do. yes, donating to santorum sucks. good design that happens to be tied to it doesn't necessarily have to be banished because of that...

d*s

7:38 PM  

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