Ted Baker: A Dash of Daring

British luxury brand Ted Baker has collaborated with Brink and Campman to produce a vibrant range of high-end rugs.

Masquerade rug in colour blue by Ted Baker

The company came from humble beginnings; from a single shirt shop in Glasgow in 1988, Ted Baker grew into a global lifestyle brand famed for its quirky, detailed designs and daring use of colour and pattern.

Forging ahead with their collection of cleverly designed floor coverings, Ted Baker’s range is bursting with bold colour choices and unconventional shapes. In a combination of hand-tufted and printed rugs, Ted Bakers designs explore the zodiac signs using a bold graphic approach, while geometric patterns are embodied in the shape of the rugs themselves.

‘Jardin’ rug in colour pink, hand-tufted from pure new wool & viscose

Twelve fantastic designs, one for each zodiac sign!

‘Opal’ in colour grey, printed onto pollyamide

Contemporary in style and manufacturing, many of the rugs in this collection consciously make use of recycled materials such as recycled organic cotton and PET yarns.

‘Jardin’ in colour blue on display at Designmade, Christchurch

Already heavily featured in The Weekly Edit, the team at Malcolm Fabrics are thrilled to bring this fashionable collection to the New Zealand market.

“These rugs are straight off the catwalk!” Angelique Brown, Malcolm Fabrics South Island Account Manager.

Contact your sales manager for more information on the fabrics and wallcoverings featured in this article.