Design Seen: Fort Street Studio

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New York City
Known for its contemporary rugs, which often resemble artistic wall hangings, Fort Street Studio has launched its finest collection of floor coverings yet. The Luxe series (from $234 per square foot), introduced in the fall, marries a higher knot count (150 knots per square inch) and metallic Soumak flat weaving to create five new patterns. Toll (shown) incorporates Dandong silk cut pile, resulting in a rug of plush textures and eye-catching sheen.

212.925.5383, www.fortstreetstudio.com

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