Jan 28, 2013
Tam Wimolvan Vidulich Rugs
By Alice Oglethorpe
Area rugs can either blend in with your décor, serving a purpose but not really drawing too much attention, or they can stand out and make a statement. As far as Chicago designer Tam Wimolvan Vidulich is concerned, the second option is much more fun. All of her carpets are made from New Zealand wool and European dyes and are made in Thailand (Vidulich’s native country). At the moment, Vidulich has four collections, but she also does custom work. Find her collection at Two Fish Gallery (4424 N. Ravenswood) or on her website, www.tamscarpets.com.
Posted Jan. 28, 2013, | Back to all posts
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