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Daisy Garden Rug – a Playful and Interactive Rug

Daisy Garden Rug - a playful and interactive rug by Joe Jin Design Company Ltd (4)

The young designers from Joe Jin Design Company Ltd, a creative studio in Toronto, Canada, have imagined a playful and interactive rug that can bring more freshness to any room. Daisy Garden Rug mimics a meadow with flowers and can induce the feeling that you are outdoor.

Hand – woven, the carpet mimics the grass blades and in these blades, fastening systems are hidden that allow the attachment of artificial flowers. The flowers can be added and arranged according to the desired pattern, the carpet has 84 different locations where these can be attached. Daisy Garden Rug has included a package of 50 daisies. More details can be found by visiting the website of the company.

Daisy Garden Rug - a playful and interactive rug by Joe Jin Design Company Ltd (5)

Daisy Garden Rug - a playful and interactive rug by Joe Jin Design Company Ltd

Daisy Garden Rug - a playful and interactive rug by Joe Jin Design Company Ltd (1)

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