Since rugs are so crucial in creating the perfect atmosphere in your place, their absense can make it seem like something is out of order. This is why we decided to bring you some inspirations to help you in the search for the perfect rug.
American designer Kyle Bunting has been in the business since 2001. Younger Kyle gained experience with cowhide while living in Texas with his family. Today Bunting’s business is a tremendous success. The MARQUEE Rug gets his motifs from New York’s Art Deco in the 1920s and 1930s. It’s a geometric rug with bold lines and ornamental shapes. It uses the technique of negative space. It’s a Latticework rug.
The italian brand cc-tapis produces contemporary hand-knotted rugs manufactured in Nepal by expert Tibetan artisans. Their rugs are made out of himalayan wool. The MAZE rug is part of their contemporary collection. It reminisces the maze in the 1980 movie The Shining by american filmmaker Stanley Kubrick.
Due to their resistance and durability, contemporary rugs are now quite popular. The Rainbow Hemp Rug by Doris Leslie Blau is a good example of this. The rug was woven by artisans and it embodies a sense of modernity due to its patterns – the zigzagged lines. The name and its colors look like a paradox, but if you look closely to its texture it will indeed make sense: the rug can make your living room way more lively and colorful despite its dark shades of gray, black and somber. The surrealist motifs can also recall us of the american television series Twin Peaks, adding one more element of iconic to this rug.
As one of the most talked-about interior design trends, we decided to bring yet another geometric rug. Geometrical rugs offer a more intellectual look into your space, and still make it feel comfortable and embellished. The indigo in this rug and the fact that it is hand tufted in cut and looped pile viscose makes it the ideal item do decorate your living room. But this is not all: the silver grey border gives this rug the ability to change colour in the light.
In the north of Brazil and in the southern border of Guyana we can find an indigenous population named Macushi. They are described in oral tradition as descedants of the sun’s children, creators of fire. Their religious beliefs and strong family values are transported into BRABBU’s MACUSHI Rug, made out of wool. It’s flower pattern alongside sand hues makes this rug the perfect choice if you are looking to give a modern touch into your home’s interior design.
The ABRASH Rug by West Elm is a rug in plaid gray, black and off-white tones. For those that adore the clean lines of mid-century home decor. Since in mid-century style, vibrant colors don’t really have particular importance, this rug would be the perfect choice for you to decorate your place in a more bold patterned way. The muted graphic print also helps to make your space look brighter.
The indigo colour is here to stay. The Zuiver Mars Hand Woven Rug by Cuckooland is made out of viscose and cotton. It has a geometric pattern and it adapts itself to any room in order to give it a cosy finish. It’s more than a safe bet in your dining room for instance, and it will add a special element of warmth if placed under your dining table.
This Adler Rug by Loloi Rugs picks up old traditions. It features high/low textures and has strong influences from the Moroccan style. It was 100% hand-woven in India and it’s presented in a set of neutral colors, one of the main interior design trends of this Fall Winter season. The Adler Rug would look dazzling in any floor, no matter the room.
If you’re looking for a rug that stands at the top of italian interior design, we present you the VIA GESU by Versace Home. It’s grey colour allied to its 100% viscose material and to its sidelines containing Versace’s trademark, makes this rug the perfect piece for a home decor filled with glamour and comfort.
The BERBER Rug by Fendi Casa brings you the desert into your place. If you’re looking for a rug that can make you feel closer to the sand and at that at the same time can pay an homage to the Berber autochthones in North Africa this is the ideal rug for you place. It’s completely hand knotted and features black lining.
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