Roquebrune Rug | Designer Furniture Replicas | M-Edition
Roquebrune Rug | Designer Furniture Replicas | M-Edition
Roquebrune Rug
Roquebrune Rug
Roquebrune Rug | Designer Furniture Replicas | M-Edition
Roquebrune Rug | Designer Furniture Replicas | M-Edition
Roquebrune Rug | Designer Furniture Replicas | M-Edition
Roquebrune Rug
Roquebrune Rug
Roquebrune Rug | Designer Furniture Replicas | M-Edition

Roquebrune Rug

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Eileen Gray created not only some of the most important furniture classics of the 20th century but also had her own studio where rugs were produced according to her designs. Some of her most beautiful patterns are now again available as reproductions: masterpieces of abstract textile art. Roquebrune commemorates the place where Eileen Gray built her first house, a white villa on the sea.

This high-quality M-Edition reproduction features:

  • 15mm high Polypropylene pile
  • Anti-skid cotton & linen backing.
  • Hand wash.



  • Length: 190
  • Width: 130


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Furniture designer and architect Eileen Gray was born in 1878 to an aristocratic family near Enniscorthy, South-East Ireland. In 1898, she attended the Slade School of Fine Art, originally intending to become a painter. After brief stints in London, where the young artist began working with lacquer, she settled in Paris. Gray's interest turned to architecture and interior design when a close friend asked her to decorate an apartment.

Consequently, she designed most of its furniture - including her famous Bibendum chair. The result was favourably reviewed by several art critics who saw it as innovative. Indeed, the Bibendum Chair went on to become one of the 20th century’s most recognizable furniture designs. Shortly after, persuaded by Romanian architect and lover Jean Badovici, she turned her interests to architecture. In 1924 the pair began work on the E-1027 house in Southern France (near Monaco). It was for this property that Gray designed the E-1027 chair. Eileen Gray's designs are today considered to be modern classics.


This item will be ship directly from our warehouse in China. Upon receiving your shipping confirmation, please allow up to 3 - 5 weeks for this item to arrive. Delivery estimates are just that, estimates and some delays may have to be accepted.

Note: We cannot guarantee that your parcel will be free from customs and duties as M-Edition has no control over these charges as it varies from country to country.

For more information see Shipping & Returns

*This item is a reproduction. Our products are not produced by the actual designer nor are they affiliated with the official manufacturers. Any mention of the designer or original product name is only for descriptive purposes. Our products are made in China.

* The product images on this site are there to give you an idea of how the product looks. You cannot rely solely on the image when placing an order. Some images may be there to show a product feature, design, handle style, finish etc. Sometimes, the manufacturer does not provide an image for the item, but will provide a similar image or a different colour to give you an idea of what the product looks like. You must carefully read the specifications or contact us for any information that you are unclear about.


Items are covered by a manufacturer's warranty for 24 months.

Only manufacturing defects are warranted. We do not cover any damages, chips, tears, marks etc caused by the customer either through use or installation of the product.

It is important to note that items with swivel mechanisms can sometimes be treated as fairground rides by minors! Damage to items that have been caused by ‘spinning’ very fast on swivel mechanisms is not covered; only manufacturing defect. We advise concise instruction of minors.

Please take note of the following points in regards to warranty information:

  • We are obliged to offer a replacement or repair on Warranted items.
  • Wherever possible we always request digital images in order to process and assess any resulting warranty issue.
  • In the event of a problem we are obliged the opportunity to correct it and we do not charge shipping or delivery costs for replacements or repairs (within 14 days) unless a) the customer is using the 7-day e-commerce ruling and returning unwanted items b) returning items without giving the opportunity of correcting reported problems or c) the customer is reporting a fault on delivery but has signed as perfect with the courier.
  • Outside of 14 days and the items are on a return to base warranty to be repaired or replaced.

We do not take responsibility for damage caused by the customer. Clearly marks, scratches and chips that are not on the product when it arrives are the customers' responsibility.

Made-to-Order items are covered with the same 24-month warranty however are not covered by the 7 day ruling of return as they have been made especially for you.

Warranty is void in all cases whereby any item has been modified from its original condition.