These Floor Rugs Take After the Appearance of Popular Foods

By: Mishal Omar - Aug 11, 2016
References: etsy & thisiscolossal
Created by the Wisconsin-based artist Carly Dellger, these floor rugs take the form of different foods and are sold on the Etsy site 'SurfaceWerks.'

The decor items are made using a crochet technique and with a free-form style that ensures that no two rugs are exactly the same in appearance. The endearing floor rugs take the shape of foods like eggs, toast, bacon and spilled coffee -- as well as non-food items including dark clouds and cacti. The artist also offers coasters in the shape of grilled cheese sandwiches and visitors to the site are able to customize their own rugs by sending in doodles or pictures of pets.

These floor rugs could be used to decorate home entrances, children's rooms or even bathrooms.