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Transform your space into a personal paradise with designer, artist, and influencer Justina Blakeney. Her partnership with Loloi Rugs has created stunning rug collections that reflect her penchant for color, texture, and bold design. The rugs, in Justina’s words, are “colorful and jungalicious.” Scroll down to see more.
Fall for comfort with the Caspia Collection, a series of 100% polyester shag rugs designed by Justina Blakeney for Loloi. Hand-tufted by artisans in China, the Caspia will take you to great depths in its silky soft texture and movement defined by distinct pile height variation.
Brighter, bolder, better. Power-loomed in Turkey of 100% polypropylene, the Silvia Collection transforms interiors with rich, jewel-toned hues, accentuated by a ribbed texture that feels remarkably soft underfoot. Even better, the pile doesn't shed, and is exceptionally durable-perfect for your busiest rooms. Designed by Justina Blakeney for Loloi.
Unroll your statement piece. Featuring time-honored motifs in a color-rich palette, the Cielo Collection is durable series that's printed in Turkey of 100% polyester. Designed by Justina Blakeney for Loloi.
Inspired by old Ben Ourian rugs, we've collaborated with Designer Justina Blakeney to transform the look with her signature 'Jungalow' style. The result is a series of wild patterns and statement-making colors; the quintessential Justina combination. To top it all off, the Kalliope Collection is machine-made of 100% polyester for a remarkably soft feel.
Created in collaboration with Designer Justina Blakeney, the Gemology Collection combines bold pattern, bright colors, and an intriguing cut-and-loop texture that's hand-tufted in India of 100% space-dyed wool.
In a world of minimalist interiors and monochromatic mood boards, Justina Blakeney boldly goes the other way. “I prefer a maximal approach,” the L.A. artist says of her multidisciplinary work, which ranges from color-rich interior decorating to hand-illustrating her own surface prints.
A steady stream of inspiration comes from her own California-based surroundings. “Floral and foliage have always been important to me,” says Justina, who, equipped with watercolors, acrylic paints, or a simple Sharpie, unleashes a jungle of botanicals into her patterns. Equally prevalent in her work is color. “The brighter, the better,” she insists.
In lesser hands, Justina’s bold hues and dense compositions might read as excessive, but, as evidenced by her thousands of followers on Instagram, she skillfully walks the line between harmony and cacophony. What Justina lacks in formal design education, she makes up for with a hustler’s work ethic and a wealth of raw talent. “It took me a long time to be okay with calling myself an artist,” admits Justina. “But now I own it.”
Taken from an article on Loloirugs.com - See the full article