By Anna Zappia
Floor Trends went trend spotting at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair in New York City. See some of the latest creative introductions in flooring we learned about on the show floor.
Posted: May 26,2022
Sonja Djønne, CEO of Norwegian flooring company Heymat, shows the Sand floor mat.
The Sand is inspired by Japanese Zen gardens, with a 3D-pattern that is both tactile and meditative. The pile is made from 100% recycled plastic.
Warp & President Michael Mandapati shows the Dusk 2 rug from the Light and Shadow Collection in collaboration with Deborah Berke Partners.
JD Staron won the IFDA Selects Award for ICFF Best In Flooring. JD Staron introduced its Interior Collab Capsule 1: Shadow Play collection created by Interior Collab, a not-for-profit collaborative of qualified interior designers, architects and decorators. The inaugural assortment features designs submitted by members and that tell a story about light and shadows, and the transition from dark to light.
City Shadows is designed by Hope Scully, principal and founder of HHS Interior Design. The rug is inspired by silhouettes and architecture in the city.
A Halo rug designed by Ahmad AbouZanat of Project AZ, and inspired by the solar eclipse.
Brooklyn-based Tantuvi debuted a collection of repurposed silk rugs in a sandy palette and geometric designs.
Seventh-generation master weavers in India craft the rugs on panja hand looms.
Mohawk showcased the Fractal Fluency collection, developed in collaboration with 13&9 Design & Dr. Richard Taylor, head of the Physics Department at the University of Oregon and Fractals Research.
Designer Lauren Rottet and Bo Barkley, head of sales and marketing for Kyle Bunting, preview the collection by rugmaker Kyle Bunting. Rottet designed the collection for Kyle Bunting.
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