Carpet Hides by Stefan Lehner

Carpet Hides by Stefan Lehner

Jeanine Brennan
Nov 25, 2009

If your decorating style is more whimsical than traditional, you might not have any oriental-patterned rugs at home. But here's a shape that takes the seriousness right out of them.

Stefan Lehner is a designer in the Netherlands who recycles objects into unique furniture. In addition to using industrial and trash materials to create chairs, racks, lighting, even sofas — he makes these tongue-in-cheek carpet hides out of reclaimed rugs. We love how altering just the shape of this traditional rug can change the formal feeling it has on a room and turn it on its ear. If you want to buy one, he sells them via his website En-Fer, but we also like them for inspiration in how to look at the obvious in a surprising way.

Various rugs (and many other unique designs) are available from Stefan Lehner's site En-Fer.

Images: Stefan Lehner

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