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  1. Cracks 8618 Deep Mine

    £389.00 - £1,409.00

  2. Cracks 8629 Abyss Blue

    £389.00 - £1,409.00

  3. Cracks 8723 Dark Pine

    £389.00 - £1,409.00

  4. Dedalo 9203 Blue Marine

    £389.00 - £1,409.00

  5. Dedalo 9204 Republic Green

    £389.00 - £1,409.00

  6. Dedalo 9205 Yellow Scarab

    £389.00 - £1,409.00

  7. Griff 8419 Columbus Gold

    £389.00 - £1,409.00

  8. Griff 8420 Jersey Stone

    £389.00 - £1,409.00

  9. Griff 8421 Bronx Azurite

    £389.00 - £1,409.00

  10. Griff 8550 Liberty Gold

    £389.00 - £1,409.00

  11. Griff 8785 Concrete Jungle

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  12. Griff 8925 Soho Copper

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  13. Griff 8926 Metro Black White

    £389.00 - £1,409.00

  14. Griff 8956 Copperfield

    Save 50% £569.00 £284.50

  15. Stellar 9215 Cosmic White

    £409.00 - £1,409.00

  16. Stellar 9216 Astro Gold

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  17. Stellar 9217 Blue Star

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Vintage Sixties designs with a urban feel and cool colours..

Mad Men rugs are machine woven on jacquard Wilton looms by Louis de Poortere using 85% cotton chenille and 15% glossy polyester yarns. Woven in a 3 mm thick flat weave construction, each piece is hand finished with reinforced corners. The Mad Men rug collection is inspired by the Mad-ison Men who were the golden boys of the Sixties, dreaming up the images of the iconic brands of the USA, Louis De Poortere has created a new collection of “Vintage Sixties” rugs. In the Griff collection an indication of pain and disorder, of the rifts and big changes like Women’s Lib, Vietnam, The Black Panthers, and May 68 but also of the creative energy of action painting in the late sixties. Cracks is a new design for the Mad Men collection. It shows a surface of cracked ice, as on the ice rink of Rockefeller Square. The Geometric, Jacobs Ladder Collection stands for the uneasy but exhilarating climb on the social ladder. It is the way the advertising industry pictures society: More, better, higher, richer … But the climb can be tricky even if the rungs are glittering.