New Colours for Luna Rug

August 11, 2021

The 1979 Luna Rug by Verner Panton gets a colour update for Fall 2021.

Luna Rug Rose

Luna Rug Dark Sand

/ The new Luna Rug in Rose and Dark Sand 

Verpan adds two new colours to its Luna Rug collection – the small circular floor rug featuring the organic Luna pattern designed by Verner Panton in 1979. The new colours are Dark Sand and Rose, and feature eight shades within each colour spectrum evolving from a light to a darker shade.

The small sized floor rug with the simple pattern is perfect to liven up a space as a colourful accessory to the interior and the 100% hand-woven New Zealand wool adds warmth and comfort.

Luna is available in Dark Sand, Rose, Dark Green, Dark Yellow and Grey.


Luna Rug
Designer: Verner Panton
Design Year: 1979
Material: 100% New Zealand wool
Dimensions: Ø120 (Ø47.2”)
Available colours: Dark Sand, Rose, Dark Green, Dark Yellow, Grey

About Verpan
Verpan is a licensed manufacturer of designs by famous Danish architect and designer, Verner Panton. The Danish design company is, much like Panton, a product of the Danish design tradition, which have put Denmark on the map for functional, modern and unique design.

In close collaboration with the Panton estate, today managed by daughter Carin Panton von Halem, Verpan is the official licensee to a significant part of Verner Panton’s extensive back catalogue. It all began in 2003 when Verpan initiated the production of its first Verner Panton lighting range. In 2010, the company added a furniture line. An ongoing process of picking and choosing designs from the vast treasure chest of Panton’s work will ensure that the world will be able to see and appreciate much more of his work in the future.

About Verner Panton (1926-1998)
Among the giants of Danish design, Verner Panton established a unique reputation for his exuberant originality and tireless experimentation. Panton created lamps, furniture and textiles – and was also a sought-after interior designer. Although he was at the forefront of mid-century Danish Modern, Panton’s contribution was anything but mainstream. He enthusiastically embraced new materials, he splashed with a bold colour palette, and he playfully imbued many of his sculptural creations with a strong graphical expression – without ever compromising on quality or workmanship.

Panton’s iconic designs have emerged as contemporary design classics – as strikingly inventive now as they were 50 years ago.

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