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Logogram Nylon Rug, Cornflower

David Hicks

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Logogram Nylon Rug, Cornflower
Logogram Nylon Rug, Cornflower
Logogram Nylon Rug, Cornflower

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Product Information

Origin:
Turkey
Construction:
machine made
Made of:
nylon
Pile height:
1/4"
Color:
cornflower/beige/ivory
Care:
Professionally clean.
Please note:
Because this rug is cut to order, there is an extended 3-4 week lead time. Due to their large, custom sizes, 10’ x 14’ and 12’ x 15’ rugs will be shipped by our white glove service and will arrive Jun 14 - Jun 17.

Why We Love This

Add soft color and pretty pattern to your space with this playful rug made of durable nylon.

About David Hicks

One of the most influential interior designers of his generation, David Hicks (1929-1998) has had a foremost influence on contemporary designers of both fashion and home. Early clients mixed aristocracy, media and fashion (Vidal Sassoon, Helena Rubinstein, the Duchess of Rutland and Mrs. Condé Nast). He married Lady Pamela Mountbatten in 1960 and was soon making carpets for Windsor Castle and decorating the Prince of Wales' first apartment at Buckingham Palace. Hicks first started to design patterned carpets and fabrics in 1963 when he found none on the market that he could use. His dynamic sense for color and pattern formed the basis of a style which was much admired and copied.