About Us

Knots Rugs is a London-based rug company recognised for its individual style, unique colouration, and commitment to a high art aesthetic. Creating standout pieces and classic timeless collections, its exquisite and sophisticated creations adorn the most luxurious homes around the world.

In 2011 the company opened a new showroom on the prestigious Kings Road, Chelsea. From there it has gone from strength to strength, creating landmark pieces including the remarkable '17th Century Modern and Classic Collection', and the stunning, ever-expanding artist collaboration collection ‘Your Floor Is The Canvas’. Winners of the Best Modern Select Category at the 2020 Carpet Design Awards, the team also offer a fully bespoke service for residential and commercial projects large and small.

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"With a keen eye for design and a fine art aesthetic, we are known as one of the UK’s most innovative and artistic rug companies. Art is what lies at the heart of Knots Rugs."

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"We are known for our statement rugs that merge traditional forms of rug making with innovative modern design ideas. With art at the heart of the company, Knots has embarked on a series of Artist Collaborations over the past four years. We have recently launched the third edition of 'Your Floor Is The Canvas'.

Our latest Artist Collaboration collection features six new pieces which we have translated from American Artist Brian Coleman’s original contemporary mixed media artwork into modern masterpieces. Each design has been skilfully hand-knotted in the Kathmandu Valley of Nepal, using the world’s oldest traditional skills in the finest Tibetan wool and Chinese silk. 

Alongside our core collections, we offer a fully bespoke service that can be tailored to suit your requirements. Colours can be adjusted, patterns can be altered, materials can be changed, and specific shapes and sizes can be ordered. We work closely with our producers in Nepal and Jaipur, allowing us to carefully consider all these things within the production process, and how they work in order to enhance the final design."