Back in early 2017, America’s favorite entertainer and talk show host, Ellen Degeneres, released a rug line, much to the delight of her adoring fan base and interior design aficionados everywhere. The best part? You can now purchase a Loloi for ED by Ellen Degeneres Rug from your favorite rug retailer, NW Rugs. Scroll down and have a look at some of our favorite designs from the collection.
Classy, understated and oh-so-beautiful, the Villa Collection is 100% richly textured wool and made by artisanal weavers who hand-loom each rug. These rugs come in five different colors so you are sure to find one that fits your minimalist-themed room.
The Glendale stands out for its dimensionality and interesting color. Made from space-dyed wool, the Glendale gets its dimensionality from its cotton and wool base juxtaposed against hand-tufted wool. This artistic rug is perfect for a cozy room complete with fireplace.
Known for its durability and admired for its earthy coloring, the hand-woven Solano is reminiscent of tribal rug designs but its understated colors add a new twist to the look. The Solano makes the perfect entryway or living room rug.
The Gramercy screams New York elegance with its soft, plush underfoot and rich color offerings. Choose this design in crimson for an amazing pop of color in your living room, dining room or bedroom.
The Ludlow is unique in its beautiful shine and texture. This hand-woven rug is created using 100% Jute and will easily adjust to any room.
Which of Ellen’s rugs do you love the most? All of us here at NW Rugs are so excited to now offer this drool-worthy collection of high-quality, beautifully-made rugs from one of America’s favorite entertainers. Check out the full ED line here .
Contact us today for more information on NW Rugs products or if you have any interior design questions.
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