New Collection of Rugs, Pouffes and Cushions by Charlotte Lancelot

New collection of rugs, pouffes and cushions by Charlotte Lancelot partnered with Gandia Blasco's GAN division

The Belgian designer Charlotte Lancelot partnered with Gandia Blasco’s GAN division has launched a new collection of rugs, pouffes and cushions.

The designer reinterprets in a proper manner the old craft of cross-stitch patterns realizing some really special and unique products. Practically, we are dealing with oversized stitches made with flamboyant threads presented in detail. The designer uses as material the new wool and the models are multicolor floral or abstract unicoloured.

New rugs, pouffes and cushions by Charlotte Lancelot partnered with Gandia Blasco's GAN division

New collection of rugs, pouffes and cushions reflects the creator’s passion for visual and tactile textures and patterns. The collection is entirely made by hand, which gives higher value and uniqueness to each piece. Designed like a giant patchwork, the pieces (rugs, low tables, poufs, cushions) can be added up and superimposed to create a harmonious composition that varies according to the choice of colours.

New rugs, pouffes and cushions by Charlotte Lancelot partnered with Gandia Blasco's GAN division

All the pieces are very light and can be easily moved and adapted to our way of life. With a few elements they can already enhance our current interior. The materials’ grooves are an invitation to touching, as they remind us of the embroideries patterns and appear and disappear according to the light. Each piece has been designed in detail: hence the coloured border edges that can be found on the poufs, cushions and rugs. In summary, this is a surprising collection full of smooth, subtle and emotional elements. The colours have been developed in collaboration with the colour specialist, Annick Oth.

New rugs, pouffes and cushions by Charlotte Lancelot partnered with Gandia Blasco's GAN division

New rugs, pouffes and cushions by Charlotte Lancelot partnered with Gandia Blasco's GAN division

New rugs, pouffes and cushions by Charlotte Lancelot partnered with Gandia Blasco's GAN division

pouffes and cushions by Charlotte Lancelot partnered with Gandia Blasco's GAN division

pouffes and cushions by Charlotte Lancelot partnered with Gandia Blasco's GAN division

pouffes and cushions by Charlotte Lancelot partnered with Gandia Blasco's GAN divisionpouffes and cushions by Charlotte Lancelot partnered with Gandia Blasco's GAN division

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