Flock is launching a new collection of rugs made in a combination of high quality wool and renewable plant fibres. The range features seven original designs where wool and plant fibre has been interwoven to create subtle and elegant patterns and detailing. The colour palette ranges from earthy neutrals to soft, muted shades, and each design uses plant fibres to creative effect. The designs include heritage-inspired tweed patterns, bold stripes, wave textures and striated textures using ombré effect wool. All the rugs are handmade and have a wonderfully rich, chunky texture whilst being soft underfoot.
‘Bonita’ is a luxurious wool pile with wavy plant fibre design detailing in five elegant colours – oat, silver, jade (shown here), liquorice and alabaster.
‘Arran’ is available in four colourways with wool and plant fibres interwoven to form a chequered pattern. Show here in ‘Aberdeen’ colourway.
‘Mika’ is inspired by traditional tweed where the thin strips of plant fibre have been interwoven with wool in cream and lilac, grey, taupe or a soft green. It’s available in four colourways (‘Bainbridge’ shown here).
Other designs include:
‘Kumi’, a broad stripe in 7 colourways with two shades of the same colour in wool between strips of plaited plant fibre.
‘Sinclair’, using dip-dye wool yarn interwoven in a zig zag pattern with plant fibres, available in 4 colours.
‘Ora’, with dip-dye wool yarns in brighter colours woven in a delicate, diagonal pattern with plant fibre strips, four colourways.
‘Bella’, a more dramatic design using hand spun wool with lovely depth of colour and surface lustre interspersed with horizontal strips of plant fibres. Available in 5 deep colours – oatmeal, sandstone, indigo, raven and gold.