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Dialling Down The Colour – How Deirdre Dyson Rug Designs Translate in a Muted Palette

Deirdre Dyson is renowned as a colourist and her fine eye results in bold and dramatic carpet designs which  showcase this exceptional talent and capture the imagination of industry and retail clients.

A new collection launches at Maison et Object every January and each year is lauded by the interiors press, gaining global praise.

However beyond the eye-catching drama of each collection in ‘real life’ inevitably some projects won’t require artworks for the floor which guide a scheme and create a focal point.

As Deirdre Dyson carpets and rugs are custom made, the colour options are infinite and Deirdre’s designs can be just as impressive when the colour is dialled down.

Not every space can accommodate an eye catching rug but where a bland monochrome floor covering may be the go to, a well crafted rug design in a subtle, tailor made palette can be the most effective solution.  A design that doesn’t dominate but adds a layer of luxurious and considered design to a scheme.

Almost all Deirdre Dyson rug designs work brilliantly when muted tones are applied – we thought we’d showcase some of Deirdre’s designs that have been adapted for clients when a neutral palette has been required and how successfully these designs translate in softer, understated tones – as far from bland or ‘greige’ as you could imagine.

Deirdre and her team are here to advise on the perfect design and colour selection and will confidently guide you through the options to create a stunning finished rug in a toned down palette, totally bespoke to you and your space.

Here are a few examples of Deirdre’s designs in neutral versions.

CHEQUERED / SILK SHIFT
DAWN
POOL OF LIGHT
ROMAN POND
SEAWASH

 

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Browse Deirdre Dyson’s full rug design library here