Fall 2012 Styles

With the change of seasons comes a renewed focus on the home and a desire to surround ourselves with scents, sounds, colors and textures that exude a familiar warmth and coziness.

At FLOR, we embrace this season by challenging expectations and choosing to reinvent what’s familiar. We view this time of year as one of celebration. A time when you’re allowed (and encouraged) to decorate your homes beyond what is considered normal and right. It’s a time of possibility and personal expression.

Below is a rundown of our new looks for Fall including graphic patterns, seasonal solids and fresh mixes of our FLOR faves.

New Patterns with Fall Flair

Craft Work™:  Because it makes you feel a little hip, or because it’s of-the-moment-ly timeless, or because you want to bring the feeling of a campfire into your living room in the dead of winter, let Craft Work help you hibernate in style. Use Craft Work alone or combine with FLOR solids.

Craft Work in Arrowhead

Pretty Promise:  This style honors the craft of hand-knotted rugs and crewel work.  Flowers underfoot, muted like gently aged tapestry, Pretty Promise plants a landscape of dense loop pile in any space. Made with 100% recycled nylon yarns.

Pretty Promise in Palm

Mood Board: The inspiration behind “Pretty Promise”

All Dolled Up™:  Swirls of texture: ‘S wonderful. A palette that ranges bold to neutral: ‘S marvelous. And 100% recycled nylon fibers means All Dolled Up’s rugged underfoot, soft to the touch and easy on the Earth.

This composition is based on the organic language of early arts and crafts textile designers.

All Dolled Up in Grey

New Solids for the Season

Hither & Yon™: Plunge into a sea of soft, wander through a meadow of plush, a lush forest path…and never leave home. The uneven cut and loop pile of Hither & Yon creates complexity and depth. All in 100% recycled goodness.

Hither & Yon in Orange

Point of View™:  A classic pattern defines the texture. Timeless neutral tones render it sophisticated. And dense looped yarns make it comfortable underfoot. Combine with 100% recycled yarns and they create a very welcome Point of View.

Point Of View in Eggnog

Front Row™:  For spaces worthy of the red carpet treatment, go ahead and make the carpet Eggnog or Indigo instead. Or any one of the bold saturated or neutral hues, each in pleasantly ribbed nylon and made of 100% recycled fibers.

Front Row in Teal

New Colors and Combinations

Lasting Grateness:  This fanciful grillwork pattern adds sophistication to any room.  To join the classic Black and White colorways, this fall we’re adding new colors Palm, Cobalt and a bold Red (below).

Lasting Grateness in Red

Heavy Petal:  Natural beauty with attitude.  This season, a bold, opinionated Black colorway (shown below) and an earthy Brown join their popular neutral sister, Magnolia.

Heavy Petal in Black

Mix It Up Rug Set:  This beautiful, graphic hallway runner combines the black and white pattern of In The Mix in color Black/Bright White with textured solids Morning Coffee in Espresso and Toy Poodle in Persimmon.

Mix It Up Rug Set

Zig Zag Rug Set:  Simple straight cuts are all that are needed to create the one-of-a-kind look of our new Zig Zag Rug Set.  Styles Rake Me Over (in Grass), Fedora (in Chartreuse) and Made You Look (in Lime) are first cut into half- and quarter-tiles and then assembled in staggered rows.  The result is a dynamic, highly-textured design that brings modern appeal to the space.

Zig Zag Rug Set in Green

Line, Please Rug Set™: Wide rows of Line, Please colors Cayenne, Grape, Olive, Jade, and Maize combine to create a autumnal foundation for this dining area using one of our favorite pin-striped patterns.

Line, Please Rug Set

To request high-resolution images and additional information, please contact Abby Rechenthin at (312) 798-2232 or email arechenthin@flor.com

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