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Matthew Williamson's bright colors and peacock prints are not only popping up at H&M, they're also appearing underfoot. The British designer has teamed up with The Rug Company on a carpet line. Made of hand-knotted Tibetan wool and silk, the floor adornments retail for $87.50 and $140 a square foot. "While outside of the 'affordable' range, these rugs are very high-quality and will last for years and years with proper care." [Apartment Therapy]