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Baya Rug

by Florence Bourel

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The Baya Rug, by Florence Bourel for TOULEMONDE BOCHART, interprets all the fantasy and wealth of traditional block print motifs from Rajasthan. Color invades the space thanks to this rug, which lies somewhere between false tradition and true modernity.

French brand TOULEMONDE BOCHART has become synonymous with fine handwoven rugs over the last 40 years. Using its own design studio and working with renowned designers and architects, TOULEMONDE BOCHART is known for its exclusive rug design and manufacturing steeped in tradition. For over 40 years, the company has worked with designers to polish their creations in order to express their vision of the present, using or introducing new evolutions in the rug field. The close relationship with the weavers that endlessly renew ancestral gestures in the respect of the rug making tradition is a testimony to the quest of accuracy and design, making the quality of these rugs. With products produced in India and other countries around the world, all rugs are uniquely crafted to complement residential and commercial spaces.

Baya Rug, by Florence Bourel for TOULEMONDE BOCHART
- Contemporary design inspired by Rajasthan traditional craft
- Hand tuff 100% polyester
- Quickship options in 2 sizes: L 7'11" x W 5'7" or L 9'11" x 6'7"
- Contact us for custom sizes
- Indoor use only
- Made in India




Florence Bourel
Florence Bourel

Florence Bourel has been an independent designer since 1998. She lives and works in Paris. She has a degree in product design and interior architecture in France and Italy (ESAG, LISAA and Istituto Europeo di design). She started her career in graphic design and interior design. Since 2012 she has devoted herself fully to the design of furniture, rugs and objects and collaborates with prestigious brands such as Hermès, Serax, Toulemonde Bochart... Her work is characterized by a graphic and colorful strength and combines clean graphic lines, the use of raw materials, colorful vibrations and traditional techniques, all in a spirit of “craftsmanship”. Fashioned from a strong background as much in product design as in interior or set design, she uses her mixed heritage of Brittany and Africa to create her style where colors emerge and vibrate timeless graphics.