Top 10 Spaces from 2020

Top 10 Spaces from 2020

Top 10 Spaces from 2020
Another year is in the books! If I'm certain of anything, I'm sure we will ALL be talking about 2020 for a long long time. A LOT happened this year, but it wasn't all bad. This year our vintage rugs were featured in lots of beautiful spaces. Here's a list of our top ten spaces from this crazy year. 


An Eccentric + Bright Hallway

We will forever be a lover of bright colors. This space has all the things: an interesting mix of colors and a great play of shape and scale. Your eye immediately moves all over the place in the most delightful way. 

Jess + Peter + Fuji

Client photo from @renovation_rowhouse


Rock 'n' Roll Nursery

This nursery has everything a rock 'n' roll baby needs: a refrigerator disguised as an amp, neon on the wall AND a stunning vintage rug. We WISH we were this cool.   

Rock n roll nursery featuring a vintage rug  Design from Hanin Smith (@BeachyBoheme). Client Photo by Amber Thrane.   


Pretty In Pink Kitchen

Right now we are in the middle of our kitchen renovation and this kitchen makes me want to rethink all of our finish choices. It is so dreamy. It's like our runner was made to live here. 

Pink kitchen featuring a vintage swoon rugClient photo by Cecilia Campanella.


A Great Escape

2020 has left most of us with a desire to be somewhere other than where we've been stuck for the past few months. That's why we were so excited when our friends and local designers Kimball + Christine opened up this cool cabin in the serene scenery of Hocking Hills Ohio. 

The Cliffs at Hocking HillsThe Cliffs at Hocking Hills. Photo by Sound + Light Creative.


A Modern Kitchen with a Vintage Twist 

Designer Leah Phillips worked with one of our clients to make modern vintage magic throughout her home. This two tone kitchen with marble slab backsplash and brass accents is especially swoon worthy. We feel very fortunate to be included in this mix. 

Leah Philips Interiors Design by Leah Phillips Interiors. Photo from Margaret Rajic


A Head Turning Flip

Columbus' own Nestrs, Sarah + Nick, an everything home obsessed design couple, flipped this Clintonville home. It went from drab and dated to a bright, chic modern farmhouse that quickly sold. We were very happy to be featured for the staging photos and home viewing. This rug is actually still available in our shop.   

Nestrs Flip Photo + design from Nestrs.


Liz Kamarul's One Room Challenge Kitchen Design

We've been long-time fans of anything Liz Kamarul designs (see blog post here). And we always jump at any chance to work with her on a project because her spaces are full of innovation + whimsy--just like this kitchen. 

Liz Kamarul One Room Challenge Kitchen DesignPhoto by Liz Kamarul.


Natalie Myers' One Room Challenge Bedroom Design

This year we were luckily enough to be featured in 2 different rooms for the Better Homes & Garden One Room Challenge. This neutral girls room is way more modern than vintage, but our neutral vintage rug blends right into this gorg space. 

Natalie Myer Bedroom DesignDesign by Natalie Myer. Photo by Charlotte Lea


Our Most In Demand Vintage Rug For Staging 

Our most requested vintage rug for staging made a splash in every room our talented friends placed it. First Lindsey from Edgework Creative placed this rug in her home to stage their Ryder Dining Table. Then designers Bryan + Catherine Williamson from Beginning In The Middle used this rug to stage their stunning home flip. And finally C&B Home Staging, headed up by Lindsey Riemenschneider, used this rug to stage a home in Cincinnati. She staged it to complete the design by Nicole from Revival Designs for Flipping Cincy. In each and every space, this 100 year old vintage Heriz rugs looks timeless + flawless. 

 Edgework CreativeDesign + photo by Edgework Creative.

Beginning In The Middle  Design + photo by Beginning In The Middle.  

C&B Staging

Staging by C&B Staging for Revival Design for Flipping Cincy.


Dark + Moody Office Design

This office design from blogger + designer Jenni Yolo is exactly the kind of space we want to get to work. Our bright vintage rug is a great contrasting piece against the dark + moody surroundings.   

I Spy DIY Office DesignDesign + photo from Jenni Yolo