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532 Annette St
Toronto, ON, M6S 2C2
Canada

4169349771

CREATIVE MATTERS INC.

INSPIRED FLOOR AND WALLCOVERINGS

Our mission is to design and create exceptional, original, high quality and ethically produced floor and wallcoverings

Featured Projects

OUR FIRST RUG FOR A CHAPEL SETTING

Amie Suttie

In a conversion from a seminary, we were asked to provide three rugs for the reimagined interior of the department of economics at the University of Chicago. Pictured here is our rug for what is now the Graduate Commons, a soaring space with a flexible floor plan. The rug pattern relates to the carved wood details of the soaring ceiling, the curves of the arched windows, and the circular suspended lighting. The design fits perfectly with the historic elements that remain, while the large scale and geometry of the pattern offer a modern feel.  Project: Three rugs for the University of Chicago Saieh Hall for Economics Interior Designer: Ann Beha Architects (Boston) with Gensler (Chicago) Rug: 80% wool, 20% nylon, Axminster, made in Thailand CMI Designer: Leah Phillips

In a conversion from a seminary, we were asked to provide three rugs for the reimagined interior of the department of economics at the University of Chicago. Pictured here is our rug for what is now the Graduate Commons, a soaring space with a flexible floor plan. The rug pattern relates to the carved wood details of the soaring ceiling, the curves of the arched windows, and the circular suspended lighting. The design fits perfectly with the historic elements that remain, while the large scale and geometry of the pattern offer a modern feel. 

Project: Three rugs for the University of Chicago Saieh Hall for Economics
Interior Designer: Ann Beha Architects (Boston) with Gensler (Chicago)
Rug: 80% wool, 20% nylon, Axminster, made in Thailand
CMI Designer: Leah Phillips