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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We’re tickled pink (and rose and bubblegum and coral) over these latest rugs, paint and seating options designed to delight while raising critical funds.

Company C, a national corporate partner of Susan G. Komen for a Cure®, has a “Passion for Pink” rugs. A percentage of sales of Karen’s Rug and The Sisters’ Rug will be donated to Komen for a Cure.

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Bill Musso of Musso Design Group has a “no surprises” approach when it comes to designing his clients’ homes and businesses. His beautiful and practical designs work within the owners’ taste to ensure their love for the finished product. This is certainly the case with the Rosemary Beach home in Florida, renovations for which began in December 2009 and ended in June. 

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If I can’t have my toes in the sand, walking on a soft, beautiful rug is a delightful alternative. Brighten up a room this summer with a new area rug. The lovelies are from this year’s Las Vegas World Market.

You don’t have to live by the shore to infuse beach style into your home. Jaipur Rugs teamed up with editors at Coastal Living magazine to design a rug collection that embodies relaxed coastal style. Catch a sneak peek of the Schooled rug in three fabulous color combinations.

Jaipur's Schooled rug — available in Aegean blue, pastel blue and white — is coming this July.

Coming in July: Jaipur's Schooled rug available in Aegean blue, pastel blue and white.

 

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ww-norton-arts-and-crafts-rugsEvery Friday, we post a question. You have until 12 Noon ET on Monday to comment on this post with a valid email address and you’re entered for that week’s giveaway. It’s that simple!

This week we partnered with one of our favorite independent publishers, W.W. Norton & Company, Inc. They’re the oldest and largest publishing house owned wholly by its employees and they strive to “publish books not for a single season, but for the years.” Their design books are impeccably researched and beautifully bound — the one I reviewed on Michael Taylor remains a favorite in my library. Our giveaway is their book, Arts and Crafts Rugs for Craftsman Interiors.

Here’s a blurb from the book jacket:

Gustav Stickley is revered not only as a furniture maker but also as a leading proponent for the American Arts and Crafts movement.

He designed simple, well-made household furnishings and forward-looking interiors, which he promoted through his magazine, The Craftsman (1901–1916). The rugs used in his interiors are arguably the most under-studied of all the decorative arts of the Arts and Crafts movement. Arts and Crafts Rugs for Craftsman Interiors considers both the rugs that The Craftsman recommended and designs by artists who influenced the work and philosophy of Stickley.

This is a worthy addition to any design library, especially for those interested in the influence of Stickley, William Morris and Gavin Morton on the field of interior design.

And here’s our question: What’s your favorite design style? Are you an Arts and Crafts fan? Do you drool over mid-century modern? Does updated traditional best reflect your personality? Or do you blend them all, in eclectic glory?

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