Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. However, when it comes to our collection, all our senses will be satisfied. Attractive to the eye because of the stunning Dutch design. Delightful to touch as a result of the soft and ultra comfortable wool used for Monasch rugs. Soothing to your ears as well due to the great acoustic effect wool has on your interior. Even your sense of taste as far as aesthetics concerns will be more than pleased.
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Like most rugs in our collection, Spaced Out reflects our highly developed design skills. The harmonious colour blends are the result of Space Dye, which means the yarns were painted in multiple hues. This creates a subtle sense of depth and a random, yet beautiful pattern of different colours. With eight design patterns to choose from, spacing a Spaced Out rug is easy.
This is what happens when our designers flash back to the classical fishbone structure: They flash forward with a modern twist, in an eye-catching and bold combination of solid pastel hues. Flashback combines the best of all design eras, especially in combination with its flashily-coloured edge. The perfect choice if you like to colour your interior.
The proud Masai people are well known for their distinctive expression of tribal culture. Traditional red cloths, braided hair and ornamental decorations made of coloured beads are signature elements of this famous tribe. As colourful as the Masai themselves, this rug design displays a vibrant combination of hues in an optical stretched pattern. A collection we take pride in.
Thanks to Chubby Checker, the association with the song is inevitable. But there are more similarities with music to this design. It sparks joy, it has rhythm and it is a smashing hit! The twisted yarn gives the rug a wave-like expression. Curling their own individual way, the tufted piles as a whole add a certain swing and attractive nonchalance.
This comfortable rug features a subtle pattern of higher and lower loops. The attractive rhythm and the impression of tone-on-tone colouring make it not only a beautiful carpet, but an interesting one as well. It is composed of the undyed wool of various European sheep. Therefore, the original colour pattern you enjoy is purely natural.
Bad Hair Day
What are the chances you have a bad hairdo on a bad hair day? Increasingly high with this characteristic rug. Similar to a bad hairdo the loops of this carpet seem to criss-cross at random. Contrary to a bad hair day, this is what our designers aimed for. Composed of felted yarn, this rugged rug is a little thicker and therefore especially comfortable. With this rug in four natural shades you will enjoy great Bad Hair Days daily!
Do you have a favourite sweater? Chances are that it is knitted of wool which explains the great look, feel and fit. Inspired by this classic pattern our designers came up with The Sweater. The characteristic, almost iconic texture has a familiar, yet surprising visual effect. Thanks to the relatively flat structure, this carpet is highly suitable for dining areas. Available in three lightly marbled wool colours.
The pin stripe or chalk pattern. An iconic design that has never gone out of fashion. It gives off a chic air that traditionally was the signature dress code of the upper class. Still considered stylish the pinstripe no longer indicates status. If anything it is proof of good taste like the Monasch Collection. Chalk represents a true classic, reborn into a modern wool rug. The light stripes only breathe yet more life into the natural hues.
If you like cats, you probably adore the way these feline fuzzballs curl up and turn into living cuddling toys. If not, you probably appreciate them as excellent fur suppliers. Either way, this rug satisfies both preferences as the Fat Cat rug excels in softness and feels amazing to your bare feet. The three popular natural hues fit diverse home designs; from classic to modern.
Knot my Style
This is what you expect from a wool rug. Sturdy, yet soft, with a handmade appearance and a beautiful, even structure Knot my Style has a classic look. At first sight that is. Looking from a different angle you will experience a design twist due to the diagonal lines the knots also display. The rich colour palette adds another layer to this design. To be knot or knot to be. That’s the answer!
Let it Rib
The rib structure has inspired fashion and design for as long as we can remember. This is how our design department interpreted the iconic look and feel of the ribbed fabric also known as Corduroy. The fine, even structure radiates an organic and natural soothing vibe. Because the distinctive loops that define this rug are made of multiple yarns you will experience an extremely comfortable surface.
Like a box of crayons, which only shows its true contents once opened, this rug shows its real colours when you experience it yourself. Only then will you fully appreciate the amazing effect the depth of colour and structure that is characteristic of this particular rug design provides. The light grey base colour is a little higher in structure than the coloured stripe. Thus you have four colourful experiences waiting for you!
Bend, stretch, turn, flick, grip, lift… We can move our hand and fingers virtually any way we want. So to be able to keep your fingers crossed for good luck is essentially one of nature’s technical masterpieces. The same goes for the innovative and creative design of this rug which is the result of intertwining the yarns. And what a stunning result it is!
Fingers Crossed Flavoured
There is no accounting for taste. That does not mean we serve a single dish menu as far as our collection goes. In fact, finger-licking good designs like Fingers Crossed just ask/beg? for additional flavours. And here they are… four delightful additions to season your interior and spice up your living room floor. Or, for that matter, any other floor space you would like to add a little zest to. Enjoy!
An exclusive and new line of rugs, designed by Kranen/Gille and the product developers of Monasch. In essence this collection refers to the classic Greek concept, in which all is composed of four vital elements: Water, Earth, Fire and Air. Each rug is based on a delicate but explicit colour palette in which a hue predominates, supplemented with derived colours or contrasting hues.