Our novelties

Explore our rug novelties, enriching our collection with a harmonious blend of contemporary aesthetics and meticulous craftsmanship. Each piece brings together vibrant colours, rich textures, and captivating patterns. Elevate any living space with the perfect fusion of style and comfort.

A design journey

Discover more about the artistry and craftsmanship behind our rug collection, casting light on the unique qualities and benefits of each, learning more about the design process and revealing the journey that brings raw materials into stunning interior pieces. 

Our collection

Discover our diverse rug collection's distinctive features and elements, from our best-selling classics to exciting novelties. Delve into the unique tactile structures, captivating colours, and intriguing textures that define each rug in our collection.

Kvadrat rugs

Our rugs are characterised by outstanding craftsmanship, meticulous attention to detail and tactile structures that reinterpret classic techniques in a contemporary light.   

Kvadrat rugs are renowned for reviving traditional production methods and celebrating the beauty of handmade creations. We partner with skilled craftsmen to ensure our rugs' durability for everyday use. Crafted from the finest materials by the world's top weavers, our rugs guarantee longevity, transforming both commercial and residential spaces over the years. Elevate your space with our rugs and their enduring quality.

Responsible use of resources

The synthetic virgin backing on all our tufted rugs manufactured in the Netherlands has been replaced with a 100% post-consumer recycled solution. The recycled backing is made using laminated glass waste from discarded car windshields, preventing them from accumulating in landfills. This initiative not only reduces waste but also aligns with our Conscious Design Principles and Decarbonisation Strategy.


Produced by skilled makers in the Netherlands, Scotland, Germany, Nepal and India, all our rugs are characterised by their distinctive textures, unique use of colours, and innovative structures. Our production techniques include tufting, hand weaving and hand knotting.


Tufting is done either by machine or by hand. For hand tufting, a tufting gun is used to create all manner of patterns and shapes. Machine tufting is restricted to straight-line patterns, but enables the use of all types of yarn. At Kvadrat we use both machine and hand tufting. 


Weaving combines two different yarn systems: warp and weft. The warp yarns run lengthways and the weft yarns run widthways. Weaving is a traditional technique and can be done by hand or produced industrially. The majority of all Kvadrat woven rugs are made by hand.


Knotting is a traditional method in which the pile yarn is fastened to the base. We use a contemporary way of knotting by joining long pieces of yarn to another, using a special knot. All Kvadrat knotted rugs are made by hand.