Monasch star of the show at Masterly The Dutch in Milano
The Salone Internazionale del Mobile is celebrating 60 years of international design excellence. Monasch by Best Wool is contributing to this special edition by presenting its collection of circular rugs. Experience sustainable rugs in the magnificent Palazzo Francesco Turati, in the historic heart of Milan, which from 7 to 12 June 2022 will showcase the very best in contemporary Dutch Design.
60 years of Salone and 40 years of Best Wool
Monasch is the circular wool rug brand of Best Wool from Best, the Netherlands. This year, Best Wool is celebrating 40 years of passion for wool carpets and rugs. We offer authentic and honest natural products for people who appreciate quality and a healthy living environment. Best Wool is known for its creativity, flexibility, and innovative design. Respectful of nature as a generous source of inspiration and with a keen eye for trends, the Monasch brand has quickly become the leader in custom-made, circular woollen rugs.
Experience our new designs
This edition of Masterly features some gorgeous designs from the Monasch collection.
One of them is ‘Laurel & Hardy’, with a contrasting interplay between thick and thin wool yarns. Irresistible, pure, and extremely soft to the touch, this iconic combination has a universal appeal. Just like the world-famous duo did for generations, this classic will conquer hearts. Not in black and white, but in four contemporary colour schemes. It’s a valuable addition in any interior desire and provides all the good vibes you need!
The circular wool rug company
Monasch by Best Wool is working on a circular future. Being inspired by the perfection of nature and driven by both aesthetic and ethical goals, improving people’s living environment is an important part of our mission and strengthens our creative ability. This translates not only into sustainable production techniques, but also into a growing selection of high-quality woollen rugs.
We would love to welcome you at Masterly – The Dutch in Milano from 7 to 12 June in Palazzo Francesco Turati, Via Meravigli 7, Milan.