SÆSON Rug Collection consists of eight rugs (size 60cm x 60cm) that carry the essence of Danish design into a new era. The concept is inspired by the Japanese lifestyle, where climate, tradition, and housing situation calls for small and flexible rugs. The Danish textile designer Krestine Kjærholm has designed two patterns; ‘LOOP’ and ‘STRIPE’, and carefully chosen four colors: black, grey, red, and white. The rugs are hand tufted in Lithuania and made of 100% new wool from New Zealand and the finest linen from Lithuania. SÆSON is an innovative Danish design element based on quality and a passion for creation.
“How would you shape your personal SÆSON rug?”
SÆSON – linking two generations of Danish Design
DESIGNER / KRESTINE KJÆRHOLM
Krestine Kjærholm has worked as a textile designer since 1984. Among many other things Krestine has decorated the walls of the Danish Prime Minister’s Department, and designed carpets for several Danish ministries, and textiles for Danish companies such as DSB (Danish State Railways) and Berendsen Textile Service A/S.
Krestine excellently convey the style of classic Danish design, at the same time she manages to create forward looking designs that fits to our changing lifestyles. SÆSON is a perfect match to the furnitures designed by her father Poul Kjærholm.
The SÆSON rugs can be assembled and removed freely by using an anti-slip mat (included in the package), which makes it flexible for different lifestyles and for a small Japanese home. Each SÆSON package includes one rug (60cm x 60cm). The unique package makes SÆSON ready as a gift item, easy to carry home.
・The SÆSON collection is manufactured by Danish Pure Carpet (Denmark)
・Sustainable materials: new wool (New Zealand) and the finest quality linen (Lithuania).
・The rugs are natural dyed and carefully treated in order to make the rugs long lasting and lint free.
・Due to the natural light wax coating of the new wool, stains can easily be removed without the use of chemical cleaners.
・SÆSON collection is hand tufted in Lithuania where they have a long tradition of linen production.
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