If you've ever had a window seat on an airplane, you've probably been mesmerized by the patterns of the land zooming by way down there.
Austrian designer Florian Pucher was so intrigued by these multi-colored grids that he took it upon himself to start creating rugs inspired by the sky-high views of the land far below him.
It's a fun little limited edition project Florian's put together. The rugs are hand crafted and made from New Zealand wool.
Tulip Fields of the Netherlands
It's no doubt a different concept than we're used to for rugs and carpeting, but I've always liked looking from an airplane at the seemingly random shapes and colors below.
Check out these rugs and more of Florian's work on his website.