River North is the ultimate destination for interior design. Neighboring showrooms engage in friendly competition, but some partner up in the name of sustainability. Montauk and Organic Looms have a working relationship that we have been dying to share. Montauk produces luxury seating and Organic Looms specializes in handcrafted rug collections, together they are a green design enthusiasts’ dream come true!
Organic Looms celebrates both health and beauty by providing exceptional rugs made from the finest materials in their most natural state. Offering sustainable, environmentally friendly hand-knotted rugs made of all natural fibers with fabrication techniques Organic Looms is positively effecting our environment. Montauk takes pride in providing fashionable sofas with no impact on the environment. They embrace ecologically advanced incentives to solve issues such as biodegradability.
Staying true to a Green Initiative both Montauk and Organic Looms pair hand woven rugs with sofas and chairs. Each pairing carefully curated and are switched out every 3 to 4 weeks. We spent a day in the Montauk showroom and are now sharing our favorite vignettes!
Black is the New Black – Montauk’s Chieftain Chair and Cage Table is paired with a Suri Alpaca handmade area rug from Peru. This rug can be customized to fit any space and is also available in 6 different colors. The Chieftain Chair is shown in teak and black leather. The Cage Table is shown with a champagne gloss base and smoke mirror top.
A Colorful Affair – The Francis Chair adjacent to another Cage Table is accompanied by the Julian Chair, the Harris Sofa, and a brightly colored hand knotted rug from India. This super fun and plush pile is made of wool and silk. Both the Julian and the Harris can be ordered as a sofa, loveseat, or chair.
Back to the Basics – The Sara Sofa is a beige beauty. It is made standard with a gunmetal leg, but gold plated, brushed nickel, and brass legs are options as well. This vignette joins the Frank Table and the Cage Table with an aloe and silk Tibetan rug from Nepal. This handcrafted rug is woven in wool and goes by the name Archaeology. It is also available in 1200 different colors!