With natural materials such as wood or stone floors being used over carpets in houses, the need for rugs to brighten up a room is becoming more and more necessary. Emma Deterding and Zara Bolinbroke-Kent started producing beautiful Dhurrie rugs from India 15 years ago and launched Bombay Sprout last year.
Each dhurrie is hand-woven and can take up to three months to produce. It’s a huge labour of love, involving over 20 pairs of skilled hands. Abundant with colour and pattern, Bombay Sprout brings a contemporary twist to the traditional dhurrie including stunning metallic threads.
As well as the available products on the website, Bombay Sprout also do a lot of private commissions and will be launching fabrics at the Spirit of Summer show at Olympia in London on the 20th June. I will keep you posted on Instagram but in the meantime take a look at their stunning rugs.