About Us

Tania Johnson specialises in custom, contemporary, hand-knotted rugs. Based on her photos of fleeting moments in time, each image of light, shadows & reflections is translated into intricately woven rugs. Handmade in Nepal in the finest natural materials and certified child-labour free by GoodWeave, Tania Johnson’s rugs convey a unique connection between inspiration, design, tradition and skill. 

What services do you provide?


How would you describe your style?

"Distinctive, contemporary and unique. Each of Tania’s rugs starts with a moment that inspires her as captured through her photography. She loves translating these fleeting moments in time and nature into enduring rugs hand made in the finest natural materials. With a woven textile background, Tania creates every weaving graph herself and specifies how each knot should be translated in to yarn and colour. This attention to detail can be felt in each of Tania’s characteristically intricate designs."

Please describe a recently completed project or tell us about the bespoke service that you offer

"We offer a completely bespoke service and work with both interior designers and private clients. Each rug is made to order and can be produced in any colour, size or shape, and the fibre content can also be changed. Whilst we love welcoming clients to our studio, we are also happy to offer site visits with samples and our extensive colour pom selection - or simply loan out samples as required. We pride ourselves on a very personal service to achieve the perfect rug for each client. We also offer a handloom collection comprising of simple, gradated and geometric designs that are the perfect partner to our signature hand knotted collection. Every rug in the collection is produced by highly skilled weavers in Kathmandu. Each design is certified by GoodWeave, ensuring no child labour is used during the production and aiming to improve working conditions for adults. Designed with integrity from beginning to end, each Tania Johnson rug conveys a unique connection between inspiration, design, tradition and skill."