56 colours by Margrethe Odgaard

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Poetry in the floorscape by Margrethe Odgaard
Light Sienna is an earth pigment and in its natural form it is golden brown and known as “raw sienna”. Along with ochre and umbra, it was one of the first pigments used by humans in cave paintings, for example. #egecarpets #ecocolours #margretheodgaard #carpet #lightsienna #regenerated
a blue carpet with an orange wire basket on it
The 56 mineral-inspired colours make it possible to create an infinite number of combinations in which the colours relate and react very differently to each other. #carpet #walltowall #carpettiles #sustainability
a small green rock sitting on top of a gray cloth
Poetry in the floorscape by Margrethe Odgaard
The 56 mineral-inspired colours make it possible to create an infinite number of combinations in which the colours relate and react very differently to each other. #carpet #walltowall #carpettiles #sustainability
Poetry in the floorscape by Margrethe Odgaard
Margrethe Odgaard has developed 56 ever-relevant colours for several Eco collections. These carpets comprise the 100% regenerated and regenerable yarn, which is made from nylon waste such as discarded fishing nets, industrial residues and used carpets.
Poetry in the floorscape by Margrethe Odgaard
Poetry in the floorscape by Margrethe Odgaard
Poetry in the floorscape by Margrethe Odgaard
Margrethe Odgaard has developed 56 ever-relevant colours for several Eco collections. These carpets comprise the 100% regenerated and regenerable yarn, which is made from nylon waste such as discarded fishing nets, industrial residues and used carpets.
a living room filled with furniture and red carpeted flooring next to a white wall
56 colours by Margrethe Odgaard
Danish textile designer and colour alchemist Margrethe Odgaard continuously explores the interaction between colours, materials, light and space. Margrethe focuses on the colours’ different competences and to help you make use of what colours have to offer, she has developed 56 ever-relevant floor surface colours.
a woman standing in front of a table with lots of paint on it and holding onto her jacket
Danish textile designer and colour alchemist Margrethe Odgaard continuously explores the interaction between colours, materials, light and space. Margrethe focuses on the colours’ different competences and to help you make use of what colours have to offer, she has developed 56 ever-relevant floor surface colours.
several different types of rocks and stones on a counter top next to toothbrushes