Simple but effective, Wrong Angle defines your space
Wrong Angle is the realisation of a project first started by designer, Sebastian Wrong, some time ago. The rug explores how colour, scale and lines can define the places in which we live and work. By layering and aligning Wrong Angle, you can create a unique pattern that interconnects objects or furniture, or simply to frame a space within your home. The idea works as an independent rug or as a community of rugs, with or without furniture.
Labour intensive and painstaking, hand-knotting is the most traditional way of making and creates rugs of exceptional quality and longevity. Perfect for fine work and intricate patterns, a hand-knotted rug really is the don. Our hand-knotted styles range in density from 60-knots per inch right up to 150-knots for incredibly fine, velvet-like softness.