Kea Carpets and Kilims

    Kea is named after the Greek Island where Susan Gomersall was studying classical sculpture in the '70s. While on a trip to Turkey, she decided to bring back a few rugs for friends, and the rest is history. For over 30 years now she has been travelling the world, from the Caucasus to North Africa in search of one-of-a-kind tribal rugs and kilims. To a rug specialist, every piece in her store speaks volumes about its origin and uses. For those of us who are less learned, yet still taken with the beauty and rich texture of these vintage pieces, Kea has information on every rug, detailing where it comes from as well as the cultural traditions surrounding it. Kea has exhibitions on a regular basis which showcase such specialty items like brightly colored rag rugs from Morocco or bold, black-and-white felted carpets form Turkey. For contemporary interpretations of textile floor coverings, consult the Kea Modern line. If your rugs at home scream "Ikea," and you’re looking to take your floors to a truly artistic level, lose the “I” and make it a priority to talk to the knowledgeable staff at Kea.Show lessRead more

    477 Atlantic Avenue , Brooklyn (btw Nevins St & 3rd Ave)


    Home & Design


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