Edward Fields, luxury carpet maker and vanguard of American modernism, has been creating “art for the floor” for notable architectural landmarks and residences for more than eight decades. Iconic projects dressed with Edward Fields carpets include the White House, Philip Johnson’s Glass House, and the Elrod House in Palm Springs by famed American architect John Lautner. Design, quality, and craftsmanship have long been the pillars of this legacy brand, which has been creating custom rugs exclusively for the interior design trade.
Edward Fields first coined the term Area Rug in the 1950s as part of its first carpet collection exhibited at Lord & Taylor. For the first time in its history, Edward Fields now offers dynamic area rugs directly to discerning homeowners and design enthusiasts.
Introducing AREA by Edward Fields.
Dedicated to fine craftsmanship and sustainability, AREA by Edward Fields continues its legacy through the use of contemporary and versatile designs hand-crafted in luxurious New Zealand wool. Featuring eight designs in multiple colorways, these rugs are stocked in a variety of sizes with special attention dedicated to performance, ensuring that your rug will endure for many decades to come.