Proverbio Rug

ABACA RUG

The Latin proverb “easy come, easy go” is the welcoming statement on Charlap Hyman & Herrero’s clever Proverbio Rug. Shaped from hand-coiled abaca, this natural-fiber design adds a fun graphic touch to any entryway or small space.

The Specs

The Charlap Hyman & Herrero (CHH) collection is an enchanting group of whimsical, figurative designs with a cerebral edge. With astrological symbols, Alexander Calder-inspired animal forms and Latin proverbs rendered in hand-coiled abaca, these rugs are true works of art and conversation pieces.

CHH premium rugs are made from 100% Abaca and with the finest craftsmanship. Abaca is a natural and environmentally friendly, premium fiber material known for durability, longevity, and versatility.

DIMENSIONS: 40" x 31"
MATERIAL: 100% Abaca
PRICE: $1,197
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Two designers stand in a room with white walls, one is next to a black fireplace and the other is near a chair with a blue cushion.
An image of a white desktop and wood chair with wallpaper designs on top of the desk
A room filled with natural light shows a long desk in front of a large piece of art between two windows

Charlap Hyman & Herrero (CHH), created by the duo Adam Charlap Hyman and Andre Herrero, is an AD100 New York and Los Angeles-based design firm that takes a fully integrated approach to conceptualizing and executing spaces in their totality. Principals Adam Charlap Hyman and Andre Herrero, whose backgrounds are in interior design and architecture, lead a practice that considers all aspects of the built environment, from site plan to furniture. Working in various typologies—including houses, set designs and stores—CHH endeavors to consider divergent art forms and the experience of multiple senses. They aim to create spaces that become worlds unto themselves, with gesamtkunstwerk at the core of the firm’s objective.

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