I love a rug. Especially when they look as good as the Inaluxe retro abstract rugs, which are ideal for a 1950s or 1960s interior.
These are at La Redoute, which immediately pops up a flag that they aren’t going to be as expensive as rugs at some of the more premium retailers we might have featured in the past. But they still look the part.
In fact, if you have a midcentury interior or want a room to be influenced by that era, these are certainly worth checking out. Rugs are a wonderful finishing touch for a room and in a way, a piece of art for the floor, adding some character and colour to what can often by a rather dull part of the room.
You certainly get pattern and colour from this Inaluxe range. There are eight abstract wool rugs that could all pass for 1950s or ‘60s originals here, with a choice ranging from monochrome pattern through to brightly coloured shapes. I want them all. In fact, if I could be bothered (and had the storage space), I could have a different one each day – plus for special occasions. But obviously that’s not going to happen so I’ll just choose the one.
You can choose from all the rugs here, named as Shipping News, Night Sky, Jazz Flute (love that name), Fabrique, Crystal Palace, Composition, Colour Fall or Coda II.
They are all available online and the rugs are available in different sizes. The size does make a difference to the price, as you would expect, but as a guide, prices are from £299.