Flower Power: A New Line of Floral Rugs from Cappelyn Demir in Copenhagen

On our watchlist: a new line of Flower Chapter rugs from Cappelyn Demir, a creative collective based in Copenhagen. “We’re passionate about creating contemporary artisanal rugs and tapestries in  natural fibers, handmade by specialists in India using traditional techniques,” the founders say.

The collection draws inspiration from two sources: ancient Scandinavian tulip-patterns, which traditionally adorn everything from porcelain to carpets and curtains. A second line adds a dash of French allure via the French lily.

Here’s a look:

All images are photographed at Villa Magnan in Biarritz by Florian Touzet.

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Above: The Colonnade No. 9 ($939) features a Scandinavian tulip motif.
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Above: The French Lily No. 16 ($2,870) features an interpretation of the distinctive French lily; the rugs have a slub fabric foundation, an irregular surface, and hand embroidered flowers.
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Above: The Colonnade No.08 is $828.

For stockists, go to Cappelen Dimyr.

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