From Living etc, this luxurious throw comes from Heal's.
It all started with a pair of mink earmuffs. You get one pair of mink earmuffs and it becomes a slippery slope to buying a huge fur to put on your bed as a comforter (see above). Basically, I'm obsessed. Earmuffs, vintage fur shawl, fur pillows, mink collar over the weekend, and now I've discovered these amazing fur rugs by Kyle Bunting on Decorati. The patterns and wild colors are so interesting. Check out my fur obsession.
This is Sweet Caroline in Cream. I love this pattern in a neutral slash subtle color.
What a fun Greek key pattern! Rip Cord looks dramatic in these contrasting colors.
One of the most popular ones is this pattern called Jet Stream. It's amazing how many colors these rugs are available in.
Cute patchwork one here. I love the different textures of the furs--they add so much depth to something flat. It's called 3 Lock Box (haha remember the lock box?) in cream and turf.
I love this fun modified quatrofoil shape, called Kashmir with these pretty celadons, and charcoals.
Doesn't this remind you of a pretty Twister game? Called Limelight--not twister.
Clearly, they can be in different shapes and sizes; this one is a runner size. Called Confusion.
Here are three that Kyle Timothy Blood used in the Hamptons Idea House in 2008. So unexpected!
What I love most about these is that you would associate fur with winter and warmth, but here Kyle Timothy Blood uses them in a summer/beach atmosphere! They are light colored and it just shows that these furs can be used in all seasons.
Perhaps I've gone off the deep end, but at least I did so in high-end style. I'm just so drawn to the textures and the creative colors that the furs are dyed. It's very unexpected--I've never seen anything like them. How amazing would it feel to walk on one of those rugs; they look so soft. Check out his website HERE and his profile on Decorati. What a hard worker!
UPDATE: He has a blog too! HERE.