Herringbone Wild – design Katrín Ólína

The Herringbone pattern is an arrangement of blocks used since antiquity, in floor tilings and road pavements as well as in textiles of all sorts. This hand tufted pile rug, with “wild” pile heights, offers a lush, natural touch to a room. The pile and loops are composed of 70% hard twisted, worsted, New Zeeland wool and 30% twisted linen.