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notNeutral Ribbon Rug - Turquoise/White

$340.00
Follow the Ribbon around the rug! This design is based on the filigree line work that is found on the dollar bill. notNeutral's Ribbon pattern is available on a 100% wool rug with looped line work and cut-pile construction. A breathable non-slip rug pad is recommended when laying your rug on a hardwood or tile surface. Available in six colors: Sable/White, Pink/Orange, Red/White, Blue/White, Green/White, and Turquoise/White. Available in four sizes: 5' x 8', 6' round, 8' round, and a 2.5' x 8' runner.

All our rugs are hand-tufted in India and GoodWeave-certified. GoodWeave is an international non-profit organization working to end exploitative child labor in the rug industry and offer educational opportunities to children in India, Nepal and Pakistan. The GoodWeave label offers the best assurance that no illegal child labor was used in the manufacture of a carpet or rug.
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notNeutral Ribbon Rug - Sable/White

$340.00
Follow the Ribbon around the rug! This design is based on the filigree line work that is found on the dollar bill. notNeutral's Ribbon pattern is available on a 100% wool rug with looped line work and cut-pile construction. A breathable non-slip rug pad is recommended when laying your rug on a hardwood or tile surface. Available in six colors: Sable/White, Pink/Orange, Red/White, Blue/White, Green/White, and Turquoise/White. Available in four sizes: 5' x 8', 6' round, 8' round, and a 2.5' x 8' runner.

All our rugs are hand-tufted in India and GoodWeave-certified. GoodWeave is an international non-profit organization working to end exploitative child labor in the rug industry and offer educational opportunities to children in India, Nepal and Pakistan. The GoodWeave label offers the best assurance that no illegal child labor was used in the manufacture of a carpet or rug.
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notNeutral Season Rug - Light Sable

$280.00
notNeutral's iconic Season pattern has its origins on the runways of LA Fashion Week. In 2006, they were commissioned by a local fashion designer, Louis Verdad, to create a runway for his spring collection that would convey his inspiration of a Sunday in the Park. To evoke this atmosphere, notNeutral replaced the front row seats with park benches on grass, and lined the runway with stylized, vibrant cutouts of garden motifs such as insects and flowers. Available in three sizes: 4' x 5', 5' x 8', and 6' round.

These graphic motifs were used in their two- dimensional form to develop patterns in various iterations that make their appearance on the full range of our products at all scales, including outdoor lanterns, dinnerware, pillows, and area rugs.
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notNeutral FINA Espresso Set of Two

$52.00
FINA Espresso Set of Two
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notNeutral FINA Cappuccino Set of Two

$60.00
FINA Cappuccino Set of Two
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notNeutral FINA Latte Set of Two

$64.00
FINA Latte Set of Two
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LINO Coffee Mugs Set of 2 - Rhubarb Red

$38.00
Set of two red mugs
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LINO Coffee Mugs Set of 2 - Matte Black

$38.00
Set of two black mugs
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notNeutral Cooper Hewitt Miramar Tray - Small

$26.00
notNeutral has partnered with the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum in New York City to debut its first line of tabletop pieces featuring designs from the museum’s collection.

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum is the only museum in the country devoted exclusively to historic and contemporary design. The museum educates, inspires, and empowers people through design, presenting compelling educational programs, exhibitions, and publications. Known for its comprehensive and diverse collections, Cooper Hewitt’s international holdings span thirty centuries through the present day and total more than 200,000 design objects. This collaboration with notNeutral draws upon the museum’s rich history and takes pieces from the collection and gives them new life.

This inaugural series features a selection of textile patterns designed by artists Josef Hoffmann and Koloman Moser during the early 1900’s Wiener Werkstätte era.

These black-and-white patterns were chosen for their bold, graphic quality with the intention that they could be mixed and matched with each other. The designs are adapted to decorate our iconic LINO mugs, a set of four small plates, coasters, and wood serving trays. These entertaining pieces can be used with anyone’s existing white dinnerware as an ensemble, or one piece at a time to create an eye-catching table setting.
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notNeutral Cooper Hewitt Amsel Tray - Large

$36.00
notNeutral has partnered with the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum in New York City to debut its first line of tabletop pieces featuring designs from the museum’s collection.

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum is the only museum in the country devoted exclusively to historic and contemporary design. The museum educates, inspires, and empowers people through design, presenting compelling educational programs, exhibitions, and publications. Known for its comprehensive and diverse collections, Cooper Hewitt’s international holdings span thirty centuries through the present day and total more than 200,000 design objects. This collaboration with notNeutral draws upon the museum’s rich history and takes pieces from the collection and gives them new life.

This inaugural series features a selection of textile patterns designed by artists Josef Hoffmann and Koloman Moser during the early 1900’s Wiener Werkstätte era.

These black-and-white patterns were chosen for their bold, graphic quality with the intention that they could be mixed and matched with each other. The designs are adapted to decorate our iconic LINO mugs, a set of four small plates, coasters, and wood serving trays. These entertaining pieces can be used with anyone’s existing white dinnerware as an ensemble, or one piece at a time to create an eye-catching table setting.
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