April 2021 Selected

COLLECTIVE IMPRESSIONS

TOMORROW – A RESULT OF TODAY

The air we breathe has the ability to fill any room it inhabits. A rug may not have the same physical ability, but it can define the character of a room. Or color it with an emotion. The impression it makes creates a feeling or an atmosphere. It falls flat to accept its role, but wisely chosen and placed it simply owns the stage and the room. With its rugs and carpets, Kasthall has defined rooms and spaces for more than 130 years. We have evolved along the way and created iconic rugs that have been passed on to the next generation.
But also added meaning to rooms. We will never cease to look ahead, but in order to find our direction we need to understand where we come from.

This year, we are doing exactly that. Touching down in history and reflecting over the future. We pay tribute to what fills us (and your room) with meaning.

Design, sustainability, vision and pride. Kasthall impressions. In your life.

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Inspiration 70’S - PÅFÅGEL

Many designers draw inspiration from nature and the plant kingdom. And have always done. This rug is a black and white shag rug with variations derived from it being produced in wool and linen such as the Stubb quality. Despite its floral design, it’s named after a bird – the Påfågel with its magnificently patterned feathers. It is easy to understand why when you see the unfolded feathers or leaves. The original was a woven rug in Kasthall’s quality Malaga, a Chenille yarn in wool and linen and was originally available in eight color schemes, although the magic of the black and white is the most captivating. Kasthall Design Studio has revived the woven original edition from the early 70’s and reinterpreted the carpet to tuft with the help of new yarns.


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Inspiration 80'S - SQUARE

A rug in varying black and coral-colored pure wool. Kasthall Design Studio has reinterpreted it in the same color scheme as it was originally designed in. Perspective. Is it a chopped off pyramid from above, a tunnel that opens onto a red wall or is it simply a colored square on a black square with a frame of diagonal lines? The black pure wool is a mix of hot and cold and comprises the entire black surface – in a frame consisting of bouclé in the form of a herringbone pattern with wide lines. The coral-colored square gives a shimmering impression against the dense and rich surface. The rug is made in the quality Classic and was produced during the eighties by “Kasthall Atelier”. Now it comes in a new interpretation from the original sketch.


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Inspiration 60' - BALDERS HAGE

Balders Hage is a reinterpretation of Ingrid Dessau’s 1960s rya rug. The design team selected Balders Hage from Kasthall’s archive as a rya rug that is characteristic of its era but feels just as right today, in a modern interior. In the reinterpretation, Kasthall’s head designer Gunilla Lagerhem Ullberg translated the woven rya rug into the iconic quality of “Moss”, a hand-tufted rug in wool and linen with a lively, cheeky design.


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