Design for Life

Our new rug, Eternity, tells the story of eternal life. Learn about what inspired Wendy to create this new design in our latest journal.


Welcome to our world of heavenly designer rugs. Think extraordinary rugs with distinctive style and quality attention to detail. Handcrafted by experienced artisans and inspired by the beauty of nature, maximalism and chinoiserie. Luxury underfoot all day, every day.

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For your daily dose of interiors inspiration, discover Wendy’s Instagram account. You’ll be treated to some gorgeous lifestyle room sets, all styled and shot by Wendy herself. Expect plenty of patterns, playful colour combinations and eclectic vibes.



Designed with passion, expertly handmade

Each rug is designed with passion and handcrafted in India or Nepal by local artisans who learn the craft, passed down through generations. We only use the finest wool, silk and Tencel. The high thread count of our rugs ensures they look and feel extraordinarily luxurious and retain their quality for years.

We’re passionate about responsibility too. All of our rugs carry the Goodweave label. GoodWeave is a global, not-for-profit organisation which is responsible for operating the GoodWeave certification programme internationally. Goodweave work to end illegal child labour in the rug industry and to offer educational opportunities to children in South Asia. In addition to the requirements for certification, GoodWeave also sets criteria to measure progress against a broader set of related labour rights and environmental impacts.

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Our rug stories

A behind-the-scenes look at what inspires Wendy’s designs, our latest product releases, news and mood boards.

Tiger Florals designer tiger rug
10th September 2020

An exotic revival: meet Tiger Florals

A new exotic rug has joined the Wendy Morrison Design collection. A striking feline rug that’s softened with stunning pink florals. Find out more about our latest release on the Journal.

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