Global gets glam in the graphic black and white design of this decorative area rug. A traditional flatweave floorcovering crafted in soft cotton fibers, the rug tribal style uses high contrast black and natural yarns to create a repeating diamond pattern surrounded by a double zigzag border. Cotton fringe on the outer edges of the area rug add a playful twist to traditional carpets, with tassels that exude bohemian style beneath tables and chairs.
Renwil was started in 1967 by Allen Wilner in a 500 square feet studio in a corner warehouse with one artist and two assistants. He had one simple idea: to have in-house artists create genuine works of art for the interior design world. Today, Renwil has become Canada's leading producer of home accents and furnitures, offering a vast collection of artwork, mirrors, lights and area rugs (which they like to call 'rug art'). And in place of the 500 square feet corner studio, they now operate out of a 3,500 square feet studio space in Quebec, Canada and bring on amazing collaborations with artists from all across North America.