Garnet Hill and Company C have much in common. We’ve been working together for over 25 years to bring you original, colorful rugs — and that’s as long as Company C’s been in business. Both of our companies are headquartered in New Hampshire, where each of our design teams offers distinctive home collections that possess a sense of sophisticated charm and whimsy, with a distinctive approach to color and style.
Though past styles have been selected directly from the Company C showroom, we’re excited to bring you a new, bold collection of hand-hooked wool rugs that are exclusive to Garnet Hill. These colorful rugs are collaboratively designed, pulling in elements from Company C’s archives and giving each rug a unique Garnet Hill spin.
Every design in this capsule rug collection is hand-hooked by skilled artisans. Since 2005, Company C has been a member of Goodweave, an organization that partners with manufacturers to ensure that its textiles are made without child labor, using improved working conditions, and providing fair wages for employees.
The Caspian Paisley Rug
This rug infuses a classic paisley pattern with modern tones of blue, white, and silvery gray. We love the way the Caspian Paisley Rug’s elegant hand-hooked design of soft wool is both timeless and on trend. Blue-and-white color schemes are popular right now, and this rug’s design works in many different types of decors, from casual cottage-style bedrooms to farmhouse-inspired living spaces.
The Jaipur Garden Rug
For a generous dose of vibrant color, we recommend the Jaipur Garden Rug for its scrolling vines and bright blooms on a ground of soft wool. We love the way this hand-hooked design makes a bold statement that commands attention in the room, holding its ground next to other bold, eclectic pieces, like large-scale furniture, vivid artwork, and our brightest quilts and bedding patterns.
The Hollis Rug
Mimicking the pattern and intricate look of a traditional flat-weave design, the Hollis Rug is plush, because it’s hand-hooked (not woven) from soft wool. The design is a contemporary classic. We love the way its ornate patterning in primary hues of blue, crimson, and gold works in many settings. It easily mixes with other pieces that you’ve collected over the years for an eclectic look, casual or sophisticated.
The Fleurette Rug
Offered in shades that accommodate a variety of decor, this rug’s hand-hooked, oversized medallions make a tonal, contemporary statement in soft wool. The Fleurette Rug plays with scale and monochromatic colors, making it an ideal choice for adding depth and dimension to a space when contrasted with diminutive prints on bedding.