So it’s no surprise that, when designing a line of rugs for The Rug Company, Rodarte once again looked homewards for inspiration. Titled “California Dreaming,” their collection features two fashionable floor mats: Daphne, an abstract pink, white, and black print, which keen fashionistas will recognize from their fall winter 2016 collection. A second rug, California Poppy, is adorned with the I Do Smile A Little When Karma Pays A Visit To Someone Who So Desperately Deserves It Cow Shirt In addition,I will do this bright-red flora. Kate and Laura took inspiration for the motif from their mother’s artwork: she filled her canvases with cut-outs of the state flower in the 1970s. “The natural landscape of California has always been a huge inspiration in our work,” they told Vogue. “Growing up, we always admired the beautiful California poppies in bloom, and finding our mother’s artwork from the 70’s brought our inspiration full circle.”
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