Madagascar sisal rugs for contemporary and classic interiors

Stephanie Wohlner is a Chicago-area designer who has been creating beautiful interiors for more than 15 years. Her diverse portfolio showcases an artful mix of contemporary and classic design styles, resulting in homes that are comfortable, sophisticated, and unique. Stephanie frequently uses Merida rugs in her projects to bring organic texture and warmth to a space:

“Merida rugs work beautifully in contemporary and traditional settings, lending a sense of ease that brings unity to a room. They bind beautifully whether I am using my own material or one of Merida’s high-quality bindings, and they last for many years. Merida’s service has also been wonderful!” -Stephanie Wohlner, Stephanie Wohlner Design

We’ve chosen to feature Stephanie in this week’s Design Project, but she had so many wonderful interiors to show us that we had to select a few! Check out the photos below to see some of Stephanie’s amazing work using Merida’s Madagascar rugs, and visit her web site to see more.

Grey Living Room. Photo by Janet Mesic Mackie.

Madagascar in Tupelo in a Chicago apartment living room designed by Stephanie Wohlner. The casual elegance of this room appealed to the residents, who needed a livable space to accommodate three young children. Photo by Janet Mesic Mackie.

Bedroom. Photo by Janet Mesic Mackie.

Madagascar in Tupelo in the bedroom of the home pictured above. "This room was originally carpeted and had a very cold hotel look to it. I encouraged the clients to put in wood flooring and add the sisal over that. They love the layered effect it has given the room." -Stephanie Wohlner. Photo by Janet Mesic Mackie.

Madagascar in Locust in Highland Park residence

Madagascar in Locust adds to a contemporary Highland Park, IL residence. The texture of the sisal rug and the fabric of the chairs gives the room added depth, while the curved chairs, table, and artwork give shape to the space." -Stephanie Wohlner

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