Do you may have a gemstone rug in your home, my darlings? As a result of I don’t…and now that I do know that these beauties exist, that seems like an enormous drawback. Don’t our properties deserve adornment, too?
One of many hazards of being a jewellery lover is that it might probably take over your complete life’s aesthetic. You find yourself wanting a glittery cellphone case, you personal a diamond-shaped ice dice mildew, and it’s by no means sufficient: you understand there are extra locations you would adorn with gem motifs and also you need them allll.
Did I say hazard? I meant profit. Upgrading your day-to-day visuals to incorporate gem stones and jewellery motifs will solely make you happier and your private home extra stunning. Not less than, that’s how my diamond-shaped ice dice molds and I see it.
Wear the House is a new-to-me model that I lately found via social media. I used to be scrolling when a gemstone rug occurred throughout my feed and I immedicably wanted to know extra. Their vibrant colours gorgeously geometry, and splendidly playfulness captured my coronary heart.
Simply have a look at them! Why don’t I have already got a path of gems main into my home from my entrance door?
Every Put on the Home gemstone rug is produced from 100% New Zealand wool, hand-tufted by artisans. They arrive in a wide range of colours, from pastel to vibrant to multicolor, and they are often personized with customized textual content throughout the gem too. (Wouldn’t that be completely excellent for a jewellery retailer’s décor?)
Costs for these ravishing gemstone rugs begin round $250, so that they’re waaayyyyyyy extra budget-friendly than overlaying your flooring in precise gem stones. In all probability a lot softer on the footsies, too.
So there you may have it! Who else is now in love with Put on the Home’s work and dreaming of which gemstone rug you’d like so as to add to your individual home?
I positively have a number of favorites already. I feel the DitL workplace may be in for a décor refresh within the close to future.
Photographs c/o Put on the Home.