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New Sari Silk Collection

The new extended Sari Silk Collection

Our new extended Sari Silk collection is made from recycled saris. The recycling process of taking old saris and reapplying them to rugs makes this the most joyous and unexpected of constructions. Ten percent of the sari silk material used to create these vivid rugs is left undyed and as a result

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Summer Party

A party to celebrate the new Sari Silk collection

Friends old and new joined Luke Irwin for a summer party to celebrate the new Sari Silk collection. Guests sipped cooling cocktails on a hot summers evening. The showroom was a buzzing with conversation.


Cocktails in the showroom

Guests were invited to celebrate Frida Kahlo, the new Sari Silk Collection and all things colorful.

Partygoers sipped Margaritas and feasted on Mexican inspired food.


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New Berber Collection

Luke Irwin is delighted to announce the launch of his new Berber collection; ten colour-led pieces created using the traditional Berber knot. A highly versatile, keenly priced range, it works as well in a soft, barefoot space like a bedroom or dressing room as it does in more formal spaces

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Huntsman x Luke Irwin London

Luke Irwin has collaborated with Saville Row tailors Huntsman to create a bespoke rug inspired by one of the house tweeds.

Luke’s fascination with the past’s impact on contemporary design is his unique calling card; much of the inspiration for his collections is rooted in the history. From crop circles to architecture, dreams to poetry, Luke’s designs always have a rich story woven through them.

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Frida’s Belgravia in bloom


Commissioned as part of this year’s 'Frida’s Belgravia in Bloom', this window - in a palette of signature Luke Irwin blue, shot through with the pinks, reds and oranges of Mexico - is the product of a collaboration between Luke Irwin and Bristol-based artist, Eleanor Hardiman.


Artist Eleanor Hardiman creating our 'Frida's Belgravia In Bloom' windows

Luke Irwin rugs featured in interview with William Yeoward in The English Country Home. "I think rugs are one of the most useful tools in the designer's bag...they are utterly space defining. They are the anchor. If I don't have a rug in our collection that suits my needs, I turn to Luke Irwin".

Inspired by the ancients

The Making of the Mosaic Collection

As part of this year’s London Craft Week, Luke Irwin rugs has staged a one-off exhibition on Wednesday May 9th, showcasing the Roman artefacts found at his home in Wiltshire in 2015, and the rugs that they inspired.

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Luke Irwin’s London Craft Week exhibition

Inspired by the ancients: The making of The Mosaic Collection

Delve back into the historic past at a one-off London Craft Week exhibition on Wednesday 9th May at our Pimlico Road showroom.  On display will be the rugs from The Mosaic Collection, alongside the real-life Roman artefacts - discovered


New Collection: Tessuto, meaning fabric

Tessuto by Sahar for Luke Irwin

"I discovered this beautiful collection on my travels. These pieces are inspired by antique Persian flat weaves and the textures of vintage fabrics, hence the name ‘Tessuto’ meaning fabric. 

Each piece takes inspiration from the distinct qualities of the weave that creates a fabric; whether a heavy


Luke’s Travel Diary: India

Images from a recent trip to India

Shot while working with our long standing partners this photo diary sums up the magic and majesty the region and reminds me of a favourite poem...


Catullus Pale from The Mosaic Collection.

Cumulae Caractacus from The Mosaic Collection

The Mosaic Collection at ABC Carpet & Home

New York designers celebrated the launch of The Mosaic Collection at ABC Carpet & Home.


In the press

The design press turn their eye to The Mosaic Collection

Here's a review of recent press coverage. The design press turn their eye to The Mosaic Collection.


The Claudius rug from The Mosaic Collection

Art al fresco

Everyone can feast on Italy's al fresco banquet for the soul

Everyone can feast on Italy's al fresco banquet for the soul

Art is everywhere in Italy, including - in the case of some astonishing masterpieces - in the open air. David Eskerjian digs into a rich visual feast.


The Mosaic Collection featured in this month's Elle Deco

Perdida from The Ozymandias collection

Soft tones and soft fabrics. Image: @markalexander_ma

Blue Ikat 16 from The Ikat Collection

July issue of Homes & Gardens featuring the San Marco rug

Behind the scenes at Luke Irwin lifestyle shoot in the US

'The 16 hotel rooms and suites at The Arts Club are undoubtedly some of the most handsome in the city… their finish is impeccable.’ @TelegraphLuxury have selected their favourite pick of private members’ clubs in London with rooms. This room features a Luke Irwin rug.

The Deverill Roman Villa featured in The Telegraph 'Living' this weekend.

Bowled over by the Bugattis

The Bugatti Family

Nicholas Foulkes rejoices in the incomparable genius of the Bugatti family - furniture by Carlo, sculpture by Rembrandt and cars by Ettore. Can't somebody bottle the DNA? First published in Luke Irwin's Tarantella book.

There is nothing I don't love about The Mosaic Collection ”

– Heather Jenkinson @heatherdesign

Jenny Halpern and Trinny Woodall

The Mosaic Collection launch party

Friends old and new gathered to celebrate

An evening of cocktails to mark the launch of Luke Irwin's new collection. This 18 piece collection is inspired by The Deverill Villa the archaeological site discovered under Luke's Wiltshire home.


Kate Reardon, Editor of Tatler, and Annabel Elliot

I have taken an idea from a time gone by but made the design relevant to today ”

– Luke Irwin

Melinda Stevens, Editor of Conde Nast Traveller

Cocktail’s to celebrate

Last night the Pimlico Road showroom played host to the friends of Luke Irwin.

A celebration of the new rug collection inspired by the tale of The Deverill Villa.


How The Deverill Villa discovery inspired the Luke Irwin Mosaic Collection

The Mosaic Collection: The Tale of the Deverill Roman Villa

Everyone dreams of finding treasure at the bottom of their garden…

In February 2015, while laying electricity cables so that his children could play ping pong in an old barn, rug designer Luke Irwin struck a cold, flat surface. There, about 18 inches beneath the muddy topsoil of his Wiltshire farmhouse, lay an untouched Roman mosaic unseen for 1,500 years


Roman Graffiti

Rude Romans - Latin as she was written in graffiti

Harry Mount hears the authentic voices of ordinary people in the Ancient world, speaking through the graffiti that they left on the walls of taverns, brothels and private houses. They could be obscene, poetic - and grammatically incorrect. First published within Luke Irwin's 'Tarantella' book.

The result [of the villa discovery] is a series of gorgeous rugs that update the cold, tiled Roman floors and transform them into plush, inviting floor coverings.  ”

– Forbes

The Mosaic Collection is now available at our Pimlico Road showroom

A glamorously timeworn rug collection and intriguing collection connected with the history of England ”

– Lucia van der Post, FT How To Spend It

The Luke Irwin Mosaic Collection achieves true engagement with the richness of British history while being an example of stunning contemporary design. It represents the marrying of cultural, philosophical, historical and design influences to make something alive again but for our own time, not a replica of a time gone by. This collection brilliantly demonstrates the strength of the British creative industries today; known for their world class innovation. I look forward to more being discovered at The Deverill Villa as the site is of considerable interest ”

– Ed Vaizey, Minister of State for Culture, Media and Sport

The Deverill rug from The Mosaic Collection

Artist's impression of The Deverill Villa: Animation

The Mosaic Collection: Luke Irwin interview

"There’s a feeling of responsibility, of taking this good fortune and making a derivation of it, making the historical relevant to your time."

Since the discovery of a Roman mosaic in the garden of his Wiltshire home, rug designer Luke Irwin has been on something of an extraordinary journey. The mosaic revealed the location of what is now known as the Deverill Villa, and for Irwin – a designer whose inspiration has always been found in the


Vespasian from The Mosaic Collection

This remarkable Roman villa with its baths and mosaics uncovered by chance is a large, important and very exciting discovery that reveals so much about the luxurious lifestyle of a rich Romano British family at the height of the empire. I am not a Roman expert but it is an amazing thought that so much has survived almost two millennia. ”

– Historian Simon Sebag Montefiore

The tesserae within the rugs are made from hand-woven silk around which are thin lines of wool. When you wash the rug in iron oxide, there’s a reaction to the wool that eats it back to the warp and the weft revealing a mosaic effect. ”

– Vikram Kapoor, Co-Creative Director

Mosaic pieces discovered

This site has not been touched since its collapse 1400 years ago and, as such, is of enormous importance. Without question, this is a hugely valuable site in terms of research, with incredible potential. ”

– Dr David Roberts Archaeologist Historic England (formerly English Heritage)

Cumulae Caractacus from
The Mosaic Collection

The Mosaic Collection: Showcase

The new collection from Luke Irwin

Inspired by the villa discovery in his Wiltshire home Luke Irwin's Mosaic Collection is a modern interpretation on the luxury flooring of the ancients, mosaic.


Archaeologist Dr David Roberts describes the mosaic discovered at The Deverill Villa

Our Atlantis (Ozymandias Collection), perfect underfoot in a sitting room as seen @ameliacarterinteriors

Golden Apples

An ode to the humble tomato, by Matthew Fort

Matthew Fort, food and drink editor at The Guardian, kindly wrote this piece for the launch of Luke Irwin’s Tarantella collection. We reprint it here with his permission.


In praise of the Vespa

What’s not to love about those "petrol-powered centaurs"? Nick Foulkes takes a ride in the Southern Alps

This piece was written by Nick Foulkes for the Tarantella book that Luke Irwin published for the launch of his collection of the same name. What’s not to love about the Vespa? We reprint the essay here, as enamoured with these "petrol-powered centaurs" as we ever were.


Rugs drying in the warmth of the Indian sun

Our Pimlico Road showroom

Every rug should have a rhythm. The geometrics are the rhythm section. ”

– Luke Irwin

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