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  1. wow, that is the coolest idea. my childishness (child-like-ness?) is coming out though, and I imagine taking a toy train set and building it around the bumps of topographical style rug.

  2. wow, that is the coolest idea. my childishness (child-like-ness?) is coming out though, and I imagine taking a toy train set and building it around the bumps of topographical style rug.

  3. wow, that is the coolest idea. my childishness (child-like-ness?) is coming out though, and I imagine taking a toy train set and building it around the bumps of topographical style rug.

  4. wow, that is the coolest idea. my childishness (child-like-ness?) is coming out though, and I imagine taking a toy train set and building it around the bumps of topographical style rug.

  5. wow, that is the coolest idea. my childishness (child-like-ness?) is coming out though, and I imagine taking a toy train set and building it around the bumps of topographical style rug.

  6. Wow. These rugs are absolutely luscious. Looks like a reflexology treatment if you were to walk across one of them… Great blog too! Have a happy, healthy, creative 2009.

  7. I LOOOOOVE Angela Adams’ designs! Her rugs are simply stunning! We have a small one of her “islands” design.. and are saving up for an 8×10 of “canopy” for our living room!

  8. These are realy nice, but I would totally trip and fall, if these were in my house. I wouldn’t want any one to walk on them. They are art for the floor.

  9. I’m in the market for a new rug for our living room and have been drooling over Angela Adams’ designs for a while now. So gorgeous!

  10. Goodness! I hadn’t seen the first two yet and they are unbelievable. I love, love, love the exuberance of her pieces and how much her adoration of nature’s wildness comes through in all her designs…(but in the rugs especially).

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