Based in the historic town of Fall River, Massachusetts, Merida is an American textile design house and rug maker that is defined by design innovation and originality. Merida aims to help designers elevate their projects by focusing on the beauty and integrity of materials, the art of craftsmanship, and the details of design. Scroll to see how top designers on Dering Hall have used the brand’s beautiful rugs to improve their work and delight their clients.
Merida’s Varkala rug in Volcano adds texture to this inviting living room by Beth Webb Interiors through its hand-braided jute material.
A classic, traditional rug effortlessly works against the stone walls and wood ceiling in this interior by Jute. On the right, a sisal rug by Merida offers a signature look for a warm living area with a fireplace by Jute as well.
A natural Merida rug adds texture and a sense of the outdoors to this open, airy living room by Morgante-Wilson.
Urbana, a stain-resistant performance sisal rug, in the color Mink, brings depth into this minimalist, modern interior by Martin Young Design.
Dark walls contrast beautifully against a light Merida rug in the center of this spacious showhouse interior by Cloth & Kind.
Merida’s Flint design offers a bold, stylized stitch in felted wool, adding the perfect finishing touch for this living room by Ken Gemes.