Inside the October issue of This Old House Magazine, a variety of Annie Selke products are featured throughout the spread on the 2016 TOH Idea House, including Dash & Albert's Prism and Zama rugs, Pine Cone Hill's Clarissa, Anatolia and Berlin bedding and Chadna decorative pillow.Choose Items Below
Mix and match (and mix again!) this double-printed linen decorative pillow. Featuring two unique patterns inspired by oriental rugs and soft fringe on four sides, this throw pillow makes fast friends with both neutrals and deep earth tones, and pairs beautifully with our Linen Mesh coordinates, Laundered Cotton throws, and Anatolia duvet cover and sham.
� 100% linen.
� Fringe on 4 sides.
� Zipper closure.
Add a pop of Eastern flair to any bed with this kilim-inspired linen sham. Featuring a colorful patchwork print in shades of java, brick, blue, and terra-cotta, this sham mixes effortlessly with our Laundered Cotton throws, Linen Mesh coordinates, and Anatolia decorative pillows and throw.
• 100% linen.
• Print on front, solid linen back.
If you've been looking for a lush, plush, treat for the feet, try our new Moroccan-inspired woven wool area rugs! Soft and dense with a subtle geometric pattern, these rugs are made for maximum comfort.
It is common for wool rugs to shed, as they are created from natural fibers that form long strands of material that are then hand-knotted to create delightfully soft and durable area rugs. Due to the sheared pile, loose fibers will eventually work their way to the surface. If your wool area rug starts shedding, this is normal. Just trim any tufts of wool that appear with a sharp pair of scissors; do not pull the fibers.
Even though shedding does occur –and is not preventable–there are steps you can take to help maintain the shedding of your wool rug. Visit our Rug Breeds Guide for detailed instructions on rug placement and rug care.
Pretty as a peacock! This eco-friendly jute area rug, colored with vegetable dyes, features a repeating pattern of irregular diamonds in teal, navy, grey, amber, and ivory.