Photography credit to Dustin Peck Photography
I had a great experience participating in the Traditional Home and Junior League of High Point Show House. The ladies of the High Point Junior League and staff from Traditional Home worked hard to make our jobs as designers in the house as painless as possible. I could not have done my job as a designer if it had not been for my fabulous room sponsors. One of my sponsors was Dash and Albert Rugs
I have loved Dash and Albert for as long as I can remember. The founder, Anne Selke is an amazing woman. Read her company philosophy if you want to get a taste of what make this wonder woman unique.
Dash and Albert…..
We believe your home should make you happy.
The best way to achieve that happiness is by surrounding yourself with people, pets, and products you love. For nearly 20 years, we’ve applied our spirited, design-driven approach to creating bedding, rugs, sleepwear, and home furnishings for you (and us) to love—stylish pieces that stand out and stand the test of time. We are committed to quality—beginning with the initial design and choice of materials to our fast and friendly delivery, topped off with our exceptional customer service. We are defined by and take pride in each step of the process and the people who make it happen.
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I want all the projects I design to be happy so often I look to Dash and Albert for this very reason.
In the showhouse, I chose the Catamaran stripe in sprout for the kitchen, breakfast room, and mudroom. There were thousands of visitors who visited the house and walked on these rugs. Would you believe the rugs still look brand new? I chose these rugs because they are polypropylene which means you can use them indoors or outdoors. If they get dirty, take them in the yard and hose them off. The smaller sizes can be tossed in the washing machine. Check out all the Dash and Albert polypropylene rugs by clicking here
. I love the polypropylene rugs for their versatility, but Dash and Albert also have rugs that are wool, cotton, jute, wool/cotton and more. Their patterns range from stripes, plaids, geometrics to solids. I especially love the new line Bunny Williams
designed for Dash and Albert, which is in soft blues, greens, greys, browns, pinks, and neutrals.