Hello lovelies!! It is SO good to be back on home soil. We had a ridiculously fabulous time sailing along the Turkish coast for a whole week but boy was i glad to see our Birdie after our 11 hour flight! Thanks to Mandy for keeping the blog fires burning! I’ll be sharing my Turkish travels in a few posts over the next couple of weeks – it was our third time and it just gets better and better!
You all know what a rug fetish i have and judging by the entries for the last Airloom giveaway we did , so do many of you! Lately my attention has been drawn to round rugs and just how striking they can be in a space. As a child we always had a huge round grass mat in our sunroom – if you grew up in the Eighties, you’ll know ALL about the sunroom! We used to buy a new one every two years or so on our annual trip to Durban – my mother would make my father take us on a pilgrimage to the market for a new mat and then we’d drive home with it rolled up underneath our feet.
Lately i’ve been seeing more and more round rugs and it’s a look i really like – the interesting shape has immediate impact and if you add pattern or texture into the mix it really makes an impact! Take a look and you’ll see what i mean.
Some thoughts on round rugs:
• It’s clear that natural fibre round rugs are a thing, and a great looking thing at that!
• A round rug in a baby’s room is SO cute!
• A round rug in a small, narrow room has an amazing effect – helping the space to look better
• A round rug is a great way to offset a minimalist space with lots of horizontal and vertical lines
PSS. MrP Home also has round rugs – click here to see their selection