About the Designer
Diego Fortunato Argentina
Born in Buenos Aires of Italian descent, he currently lives in Barcelona. The focus of his career was initially placed on sculpture but he later became involved in the world of industrial design, allowing him to reach a broader public. His furniture and object designs are not mere exercises in arbitrary form, they are based on an original concept. The best design companies manufacture his products. Wool stones running through the floors of a contemporary family home that seeks difference through natural references. This series also plays with paradox, creating smooth river pebbles with rounded edges that adapt to long corridors. Their irregular contours and selection of colors make changeable combinations possible, where you can jump from stone to stone, as if under the surface there was a stream to cross. Their earth tones adapt to any decorative style, bucking trends and clinging to the most basic things in our world.
|Product Type: Area Rug||Construction: Handmade|
|Technique: Tufted; Hand woven||Primary Pattern: Solid|
|Primary Color: Black/Gray||Gender: Unisex|
|Lifestage: Adult||Material: Wool|
|Reversible: No||Rug Pad Needed: No|
|Eco-Friendly: No||Outdoor Use: No|
|Product Care: Regular Vacuuming||Country of Manufacture: India|
cushy under your feet
Stefanie from Gibsons, BC – Verified Buyer
We have three Stones and two Little Stones rugs. They are all have dense pile and feel firm, but cushy under your feet. An added bonus is how the kids always find ways to play with them and that they keep the living space flexible. This size is nice to keep in front of a chair or couch for something soft under your feet.
Dan from Seattle, WA – Verified Buyer
Purchased this rug as a set with other odd-shaped rugs. It is perfect for our sitting chair. The product shown is exactly what we received!
T. from CT – Verified Buyer
The stone looking rug worked out great! No problems or issues at all.
paul from grand rapids, OH – Verified Buyer
a bit too little haven't figured where to put it yet