Floor Show

  • Acanthus, from the Soucie Horner collection with Holly Hunt
  • Bookbinder, from the Soucie Horner collection with Holly Hunt
  • Brass Door, from the Soucie Horner collection with Holly Hunt
  • Cadence, from the Soucie Horner collection with Holly Hunt
  • Samantha Brooks

Combining cashmere, linen, wool, and silk with rich colors and abstract patterns, the Chicago-based architectural interior and design firm Soucie Horner brings a timelessly modern aesthetic to its SHIIR rug designs. For this year’s collection, the 13-year-old company, which has designed homes from the Midwest to Mexico and the United Kingdom, has partnered with the designer Holly Hunt to create four new rugs for Spring 2013 that will be available at Holly Hunt showrooms. Each of the designs—Acanthus, Bookbinder, Brass Door, and Cadence—features its own abstract pattern in neutral tones and can either anchor or accent a room. Standard sizes (measured in feet) are 3 by 5, 5 by 7, 8 by 10, 9 by 12, and 10 by 14. Prices start at $12,400. Custom sizes and colors are also available.

Soucie Horner, 312.755.0202, www.souciehorner.com
Holly Hunt, 312.661.1900, www.hollyhunt.com

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