No, it's not new. It's not even particularly newsworthy. But I find myself drawn to rooms with this popular black and white offset striped rug. For something so modern and graphic, the rug is surprisingly versatile.
It gives formal antique-filled rooms some punch and brightness. It serves as a neutral backdrop for more modern rooms. How can something with such a busy pattern suit so many styles?
This rug style began with Madeline Weinbrib's version and became popular with the IKEA version (Stockholm Rand rug for $199). And there is also a navy version at Rugs USA!
1 From the Right Bank via Design Manifest.
2 Danielle Oakey Interiors.
3 Hodge Podge.
4 Nate Berkus in Elle Decor.
5 Andrea Johnson Design.
6 Lauren Buxbaum/Nate Berkus Chicago Home & Garden.
7 Gary Spain Design.
8 Joan's Personal Pieces
(Images: as credited above)