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Pastizal Landscape Carpet By Alexandra Kehayoglou

Pastizal Carpet
This Image Source. All Other Photos By Gail.

It had been a few months since my last trip to Chamber when I popped in last week before an opening and found the store has all new merchandise! New Stuff – Yay!

Of course, it was hard to miss this amazing, one-of-a-kind carpet by designer Alexandra Kehayoglou, which — as you can see by my photos — is definitely the focal point of the stores’ main showroom space.

Pastizal Carpet

When I first walked up to this carpet, I thought it was actual clumps of moss spread across the display, because it looks so real.

Pastizal Carpet

Imagine how much fun it would be to roll around on or to walk on with bare feet, but not, necessarily, to clean or vacuum.

To create the Pastizal carpet, Kehayoglou wove the textile with a hand-tuft system using a pistol that the artist manipulates on vertical racks, creating the weft that will give shape to the final piece. Kehayoglou creates unique carpets after visiting different native landscapes.

Pastizal Carpet Detail

The carpet comes with lots of these little green guys as well, that I imagine you could arrange as you see fit, and sort of change it up.

Brick Sofa

Here it is with what they call the Brick Sofa.

Pastizal Carpet

Contact the store for pricing.

Chamber is Located at 515 W. 23rd Street, in the Chelsea Gallery District. Hours are Tuesday – Saturday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM. Visit them online at Chamber NYC Dot Com.

Pastizal Carpet

Egg Rug, Over Easy

Sunny Side Up Shag Rug by Designer Valentina Audrito (Image Source)

Modern and innovative home design gets my attention every time. I love this egg rug where the yolks serve as head cushions – perfect for lounging on the floor and watching TV in true comfort. Eggstatic!

I’m Sorry I Made The Intern Cry in The Ladies Room

Im Sorry Pug
I’m Really Very Sorry

If I’d known that by firmly suggesting to the Commodities Intern that it would be best if she threw used staples into the trash can, where they belong, instead of on the carpet, it would scar her for life, I maybe wouldn’t have said anything. But just maybe. Because, come on, who does that?