Oyyo Nº1

My love affair with rugs began in Turkey with kilims. And now, the obsession continues with India’s dhurries. Sweden designers Lina Zedig and Marcus Åhrén explore new cultures and age-old techniques for creating one of a kind dhurries in their nomadic studio. Each Oyyo dhurrie is handwoven by a group of artisans who live just outside of Jodhpur, India’s blue city, with 100% organic cotton and richly pigmented, vegetable dyes. Honestly, need!

(Oyyo durries can be purchased here)

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  1. Mira wrote:

    I love organic stuff and the pics are pretty cool. I wouldn´t mind to have a rug like that too 🙂

    xx

    glamdevils

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  2. Reptilia wrote:

    Amazing photos! Love all these carpets. This reminds me to Aladin!

    http://www.justreptilia.com

    xx

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  3. Rachelle wrote:

    These are amazing I wouldn’t mind having the 4th one.

    xo
    http://pinksole.com

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  4. EmerJa wrote:

    Nice way to promote these beautiful rugs! 🙂

    http://www.emerjadesign.com

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  5. Denisa wrote:

    I like that pics. Have a nice day.

    http://www.fashiondenis.com/

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  6. Paty wrote:

    I loved it!
    I’m posting looks from L.A. and accessories:

    http://www.thegavlaks.com

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  7. Laura wrote:

    Stunning pics !
    http://www.thestilettoholic.com/
    Love from Paris

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  8. Namrata wrote:

    These are so traditional and ethnic! Also love the conceptual photshoot.

    Namrata
    http://seasoncheck.blogspot.in

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  9. I like organic stuff, I love the prints!!!

    http://www.thestelstyle.com

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  10. Maux wrote:

    The pictures themselves are almost as nice as the rugs.
    Also whenever I read about these sort of rugs, I think of Kiboots (http://www.kiboots.com/).
    I think that’s still the cheapest way to get your hands on one of these beauties, be it in a slightly different form.

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  11. Shelley wrote:

    The pictures are so magical! I lived in Iran for almost a year and saw how they actually make those carpets. Amazing!
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  12. THESE PICS ARE ABSOLUTELY COOL!
    I WOULD LOVE TO HAVE A RUG LIKE THAT:)
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  13. Melany wrote:
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  14. beautiful and inspiring!

    monkeyshines
    http://monkeyshines-monkeyshines.blogspot.com/

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  15. Aida wrote:

    Wowwwww nice

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  16. Isa wrote:

    It’s like Aladdin in real life!

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  17. Andrea wrote:

    I have the strangest feeling I visited these very artisans at work while I was in Rajasthan… Alas, my budget didn’t stretch far enough to make a purchase!

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  18. Jaeger wrote:
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  19. Beautiful photos!

    xxx
    Naomi
    http://www.bonnieclydemarni.com

    4.11.13
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  20. Julana wrote:

    LOVE these rugs, and the photos are brilliant.

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  21. Lina wrote:

    Love the Aladin reference!

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  22. Jenny wrote:

    Really nice carpets & pictures.
    http://www.design-3000.de

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  23. Ariel wrote:

    Honestly?

    What a sad joke – these are a pair of thieves!

    http://www.guntastolzl.org/Museums/Germany/Museum-f%C3%BCr-Kunst-und-1

    Ariel

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  24. Turkey people use a lot of carpets and actually they are made by Persian people, Afghani and Pakistani people. And yes I loved the first picture I don’t know how you do that but your idea of making a carpet fly is awesome !! really nice post dear blogger xx

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