The Matt Camron Blog
New Fall Press
Two Houston based designers' homes were recently featured in Veranda and Better Homes and Gardens. Lesueur Interiors founder, Meg Longeran's heights Bungalow took front and center in Better Homes and Gardens November issue. It's always a treat to see what designers choose for their own home and Meg's house was…
Matt Camron opens Washington D.C. Showroom!
Happy Election Day! Matt Camron is pleased to announce its debut in our nation's capitol, Washington D.C. On Thursday November 8th from 11:00am to 5pm, Matt Camron DC will open its doors to introduce local and regional designers to the Matt Camron brand. Located in the heart of Georgetown on…
The World of Flatweave Rugs
Check out the new July/August issue of Veranda, which features an editorial called the "The World of Flatweave Rugs, a guide to our favorite finds". The article includes Matt Camron's beautiful flatweaves! These pieces are part of our flatweave collection which is designed by and exclusively made for Matt Camron.…
Eco-friendly Sari SIlk Rugs
Matt Camron is excited to introduce our newest collection of Sari Silk rugs. Hand-knotted in India, these rugs are made with recycled silk textiles. Vintage Sari Silk dresses are collected, unraveled, and finally hand-knotted into exceptional one-of-a-kind masterpieces.
The Perfect Study
Today, I want to share with you a beautiful study designed by Thomas O'Brien.
A Family Affair with a New Twist
If you are in Texas, pick up the December issue of Texas Live Magazine. This issue features Matt Camron and talks all about our new collection!
An Aspen Beauty
A recent issue of Veranda featured a fabulous home designed by the talented David Easton. The house is located in Aspen and has dramatic views of the Red mountains. Easton has designed at least a dozen mountain homes but for this project, he was inspired by the Nordic houses, especially…
Matt Camron in Prime Living Magazine
The November issue of Prime Living Magazine featured an article about Matt Camron Rugs and our new flatweave collection. Check it out below.
Navajo rugs are becoming quite popular these days. Authentic Navajo rugs were woven in a flat weave similar to Kilims and Dhurrie rugs. Because these rugs were woven on small, portable looms, they are usually used as scatter rugs in today's homes.
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