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South African shop Shift Perspective offers this rug map of the southern tip of New York City’s Manhattan and its surrounding boroughs. The rug measures 6ft x 9ft and has different pile heights to highlight buildings and greenery. Limited to 25 pieces.
Scott Jarvie’s handmade rugs have an incredibly simple yet brilliant pattern. When viewed at an angle, the Void Rug looks like a literal black hole on the floor. It’s available as a circular or a rectangular rug.
Etsy shop Fluss Design makes rugs, mats and pillows that look like they’re made of water-smoothed stones clumped together. But each stone is actually made of a foam core that’s been wrapped with wool. The shop also accepts custom orders.
Middle of Beyond pokes fun at traditional tiger rugs with its tongue-in-cheek, animal-friendly, rug hand-tufted from acrylic fibers. Measures 72″ x 44″ with a 7mm pile. If cats aren’t your thing, then maybe Sasquatches are.
If ThinkGeek’s officially licensed Death Star rug seemed puny to you, check out Totem’s 6′ x 6′ version. Limited to 5 units, the rug was handmade in Nepal out of wool and bamboo. It’s going to vaporize your money though.
That’s no moon. It’s not a space station either. Unlike its predecessors, this Death Star is fully operational… as a rug. This officially-licensed rug is made of polyester pile and has a 52″ diameter. Much fancier, unofficial version here.
King of Sweden sells large rugs made of the leather and fabric labels from discarded jeans. The labels are stitched together over a sheet of cotton. If you have enough old jeans lying around you could try this idea yourself.