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My Rug Design in a Dining Room

The rug I designed for Annie Selke is moving along from it’s initial concept and into the first stages of production. Samples are being created in India (which takes about six weeks), and then we can tweak or move forward to the next step. My design lost its border along the sides to better work for different rug sizes. The ends were also changed slightly, but the fringe remains (yay!) and it’s going to be made as a wool kilim.

My inspiration and design process is up on Annie Selke’s blog today. I mentioned that I would love to see this as part of a dining room, so I thought I’d pull together a design board to show what I mean. Someone make this room happen! You know. Next year when the rug is out.

Dining Room Design with Rug for Annie Selke by Nicole Balch | Making it Lovely

  1. ‘Seated Nude’ by Jane Rades, Serena & Lily

  2. ‘Roses,’ Jenny’s Print Shop

  3. Umbra Hub 36″ Round Wall Mirror, Bellacor

  4. Isla Marble Wall Sconce, CB2

  5. Kent Dome Pendant, Ballard Designs

  6. O&G Jenna Buffet Lamp, Rejuvenation

  7. Lexington Carrera Sideboard, Perigold

  8. Bunny Williams’ Flaring Vase, Ballard Designs

  9. Mörbylånga Oak Dining Table, IKEA

  10. Framework Upholstered Dining Chair, West Elm

  11. Wool Kilim Rug by Nicole Balch for Annie Selke, coming in 2018!

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4 Comments

  • Reply
    Julie Saldana
    September 30, 2017 at 2:57 am

    Woah, your rug remind me about chess board :) The rug looks so gorgeous!!! Hope to see more your rug not only for dining room (coz I am finding a rug for my living room and bedroom)
    Have a good day!

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    Jules
    September 30, 2017 at 12:54 pm

    Hah. I can’t wait to read some of the winners describe their design process.

  • Reply
    Jane @ quirk-shop.com
    October 2, 2017 at 1:02 am

    So pretty, Nicole!. It’s graphic and timeless.

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