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Queen Elizabeth II Stamp Rugs, a Royal Indoor Addition

We’ve showcased plenty of interesting carpet designs on Freshome, all of which had something that made them unique. The rugs we would like to present today were inspired by stamps belonging to the Royal Mail and feature Queen Elisabeth II. This unusual indoor idea belongs to Rug-Maker, a hand knotted custom rug company. In order to produce and sell these carpets, an exclusive global license to manufacture Machin’s Stamp Rugs was granted by the Royal Mail. The collection is 100% handmade from 100% New Zealand wool in Nepal and comes in a rich color palette. The product is also available in various dimensions and aside from being used as a common rug, it can also be hung on the wall for an alternative look. You can purchase the stamp rug online by filling up this form- via Decoesfera

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4 responses to “Queen Elizabeth II Stamp Rugs, a Royal Indoor Addition” - Add yours!

  1. Dalahan said:
    November 19, 2010

    Elegantly. Gracefully.
    But not for floor mat (1-st picture). I’m sorry… it’s nastily. (((

  2. November 23, 2010

    May I inform you the stamp rug design has existed since 2005 – it was designed and produced by Naho Koyama and myself Alex Garnett and exhibited at the Saloni Satellite Milan 2005, Designers Block 2006, and subsequently featured in many magazines UK and internationally and even appeared on The One show in 2008.

    We are taking this up with the manufacturer and royal mail since we have the intellectual property rights.

    I notice the production is ethical – its a shame that ethical values have not yet been applied to the original designers.

    Please look at my website for original design http://WWW.ALEXGARNETT.COM. How do young designers such as myself make it?

    Let me know what you think?

    Sincerely

    Alex Garnett

  3. Jaz said:
    November 29, 2010

    Wow…that totally sucks. They look so cool too :(

  4. tepisi said:
    December 2, 2010

    This royall addition looks good on wall :)