Thursday, October 31, 2013

Thomas Paul Rugs by Chandra

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Welcome to the world of Thomas Paul.

Who is Thomas Paul? While you may not have heard his name, you may recognize his style. Thomas Paul got his start in the fashion industry as an intern at DKNY. Specializing in silk textile design, he started in the home decor business by launching the thomaspaul pillow collection. Since that time his designs can be seen on stationary, tabletops, lamp shades and rugs. His unmistakable style transcends boundaries and eliminates the need for labels, making it easy to pair with any decor.

ThomasPaul Collection by Chandra

Emulating the influence of art nouveau, 60s pop art, 70s minimalism and 18th century baroque into a form that is backed with a color palette which blends well with modern interiors. Chandra handcrafts Thomas Paul's design into the thomaspaul designer rug collection. After featuring the craft of Chandra, we fell in love with the thomaspaul rugs. We know you will, too.

The 70s minimalism shows through in this simple geometric design. A bold color choice that will work well in a variety of decors in a range of color palettes from neutral to bold and colorful. Modern simplicity. We love the look.

Thomaspaul designer Rug Collection in Orange and Cream

Chandra has made each design available in a variety of shapes, but we think this design is well-rounded. Whether you see a flower or 60s mod, we see tons of potential. This Thomas Paul design will surely make a statement.

Thomaspaul designer rug by Chandra in chocolate and aqua

With this rug it is easy to see how delightfully inspiring nature can be. Thomas Paul uses flowers, plants, trees and birds to home decor perfection. This rug just makes us want to sing.

Thomas Paul designed rug in Chocolate and Taupe
This rug is another nod to fine feathered friends in a simplistic design with a gorgeous color palette. Bravo Thomas Paul.

Thomaspaul by Chandra in Plum and Cream

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