In 1963, Finn Juhl designed a series of characteristic circle patterns for the Danish company Vittrup Tæpper (Vittrup Rugs). However, the rugs didn’t make it into production at the time but were finally revived by House of Finn Juhl in 2015.
We have the ambition to offer a complete range of Finn Juhl designs. It was therefore a natural step to launch his rugs with their characteristic circular pattern guiding the mind towards the Swinging Sixties, which were later embraced by designers such as Verner Panton.
The rugs are produced in two sizes and come in multiple color combinations. The carpets are hand-tufted in a wonderfully dense 100% looped wool.
An undyed version of the rug is also available, made of 100% undyed yarn, spun by pure and new wool sourced from New Zealand. The wool from the sheep is thus sorted by colour, ensuring uniform but natural nuances.
The undyed yarn has not been cleaned chemically, leaving it with an authentic expression from nature and a high concentration of lanolin. Lanolin is the natural oil in wool, which also contributes to the resistance towards dirt and stains.