Trace is an untraditional quilted rug that combines a soft appearance with a rigorous graphic pattern and aesthetic color combinations. The rug's expressive pattern is inspired by flowing lines and traces in the sand created by grass and reeds blown in the wind. The designers have combined this with classic geometric forms and created a design that is bursting with life.
The design pair of Sarah Böttger and Hanna Emelie Ernsting explained how they came up with the idea of Trace after wishing that they could make their floor a more inviting place: "The floor is an important part of the areas that Normann Copenhagen uses in Normann Copenhagen's daily lives. Children learn to crawl on the floor, many people like reading there and others find it relaxing to just lie there and spread out. Unfortunately, Normann Copenhagen often overlook the floor during interior design, and this leads to them becoming unappealing areas. Therefore, Normann Copenhagen wanted to create a rug with a new and modern look. Normann Copenhagen wanted it to add a different look to the floor, but at the same time contain the familiar elements that make a rug nice and cozy," they explain.
By quilting the rug, the designers have brought aspects from sofas and bedspreads to the floor. The result is a rug with a cushioning effect and that also provides a stable underlay. Trace has a versatile rectangular form, which means it is well suited to all types of rooms and the dynamic quilted pattern adds a unique feel to the room. Design: Sarah Böttger & Hanna Emelie Ernsting
Materials: 50 % Wool, 50 % Polyester
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Normann Copenhagen is a Danish design studio which seek to challenge conventional thinking and make the ordinary extraordinary through great home design.
Established in 1999 by Jan Andersen and Poul Madsen, Normann Copenhagen encompasses a wide and continuously expanding collection of furniture, lighting, textiles and homeware that encourages you to see the world in a different way.