Jonathan Adler is known for his geometric, bright designs — often with poppy, ’60s-inspired motifs — and what better place to showcase that aesthetic than on some gorgeous area rugs? The designer recently teamed up with Ruggable, a washable rug company known for durability and quality, to create a joy-filled collection of rugs. It launches today, Aug. 12, and after getting a peek at the designs, we have a feeling it’s going to sell out quickly.
The rugs showcase midcentury motifs including dark blue and beige ornament-like forms; striking black-and-white inset squares; ombré waves of ogees in sea blue; a runner decorated with an elaborately S-bent snake; and a white rug featuring a field of cheerful green, turquoise, black and jade circles.
Thanks to this collab, you get all the looks of a designer rug with the affordability — and washability — of Ruggable. While designer rugs are often beautiful additions to your home, they’re hard to keep clean, and cleaning them can get super pricey if you have a pet, have a child or knock over the occasional mug of coffee. Ruggable rugs resist spills, dirt, dust and even messes.
“I actually don’t know who’s more excited about the collection: my adorable rescue mutt, FoxyLady, or me,” Adler said in a statement. “She’s always adding a little…patina…to our rugs. Now with my collection for Ruggable, patina isn’t problematic.”
Ruggable rugs come in two parts: a cover and a pad, so you can update your space easily and avoid the annoying misalignment mishaps that happen when your nonslip pad and rug come separately. Shop the collection now over at Ruggable’s site.