Rosemary Hallgarten’s rugs are full of contradiction. Her digitally rendered designs come out looking hypnotically organic. And while the rugs are right at home in the most modern of households, their manufacture is decidedly ancient. Andean artisans hand-knot them in Peru out of spun alpaca, which is as soft as cashmere and durable as wool. The rugs take up to 14 weeks to make, and can be customized in any shape, size, and color you like, so get used to the idea of artwork on the floor.
You’ll clean up with Rosemary Hallgarten’s Glaze rug (from Luxury Collections) with the Samsung SC-6600 vacuum