The middle one is my fav!
*Above left: Forest Floor by Angela Adams
The 3-D topography of Forest Floor’s earthy design features moss, rocks, star-shaped plants and soil. Part of the Birds and the Bees line, which Adams describes as “a tribute to Mother Nature,” the rug is complemented by colourful tables and chairs and a wall tapestry. http://www.angelaadams.com/
*Middle: Prayer by Amy Helfand
Brooklyn artist Helfand found the inspiration for her Devotion series in Nepal while overseeing the production of her rugs. After visiting numerous shrines and temples and coming across Tibetan prayer flags, she set to work translating these visuals into a collection. Prayer’s abstract pattern is available in a standard size of 2.4 by three metres as well as custom dimensions. http://www.amyhelfand.com/
*Right: Fire Island by Emma Gardner
Gardner’s inspiration for this rug came after finding a seashell on the beach. Hand knotted in shimmery Chinese silk and Tibetan wool, the rug comes in three sizes in a pale shell or blue-green palette, as well as custom colours and sizes. All of Gardner’s designs are guaranteed for life. http://www.emmagardnerdesign.com/
***For more info or another rug maker please check http://www.juditgueth.com/ we carry her line at my workplace (Roomy Home Interiors), she also designs wall paper. Here are one of my fav's by Judit