The Turkish Oushak has become one of the most desired rugs by designers and architects alike. Oushak rugs originated in the small town of Oushak, in central Anatolia, today just south of Istanbul, Turkey. Unlike most Turkish rugs, Oushak carpets had been greatly influenced by Persian designs
The beautiful bedroom is made up of a Matt Camron antique inspired Agra rug with yellow Fortuny print pillows from Ellouise Abbott. The S&L Judy Bench and the Spirale crystal lamp are also from Ellouise Abbott.
If you have opened an interior design magazine recently you have seen the works of Miles Redd. The amazing New York based interior designer is the king of color. Redd uses lots of red, animal prints, antiques and only the finest rugs to create rooms that are fresh and trendy!
Navy is back! The most admired designers like Vicente Wolf and Miles Redd are setting the trend by using navy! Particularly gorgeous antique Persian Tabriz rugs! These rugs are antique, finely woven carpets that bring elegance and glamour to a room. They are not the typical coarse navy and red…
Matt Camron has a fantastic collection of custom Moroccan rugs. Moroccan rugs are causal and comfortable and can look great in any room!
In Cindy Crawford's Malibu bedroom, designer Michael Smith opted for a soft shaggy antique Moroccan piece.
Over the holiday, my family and I traveled to Sweden to spend Christmas with my sister in-law's family in Stockholm. I've visited Sweden several times before but this was my first winter experience. While in Stockholm, I had the chance to visit and photograph one of the most beautiful areas…
The new Veranda features an editorial called the "The World of Oushak Rugs, a guide to our favorite finds". The article features a beautiful Matt Camron Oushak. This Oushak is part of the Matt Camron antique reproduction line.
In addition to our rugs, Matt Camron has a large collection of antique tapestry pillows. Our tapestry pillows are handmade from 17th and 18th century French and Flemish tapestry fragments. They are usually placed in more formal settings, like the living room or dining room.