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For 2016, BRABBU Design Forces prepared a selection of new amazing rugs, inspired by the worlwhide cultures. Check out the 8 suggestions:
AYMARA | RUG
Aymara people are an indigenous nation that lives between the Andes and the Altiplano regions of South America. Due to the extreme climate conditions, one of their most iconic pieces of clothing is the Aymara poncho, an outer garment designed to keep the body warm. The stripes pattern in the traditional Aymara poncho is reflected in the new BRABBU’s wool rug, named after this strong population. AYMARA wool rug is the ideal rug for a living room set with neutral tones or for a fancy modern home décor where small details like a wool rug can bring the soberness that sometimes these ambiences require.
CAUCA | RUG
The Cauca culture is an extinct Colombian culture dated between the 9 and 10th centuries CE, located close to the Cauca River in Colombia. They are known by their goldwork and ceramics representing human figurines with dramatically angular features. Their traditional artworks gave rise to BRABBU’s CAUCA Rug. The geometric pattern on the black & white tencel rug recalls the sharp artwork of the Cauca culture and aims to brings strength and esprit to any living room set. CAUCA rug by BRABBU is the best finsihing for your modern home décor.
KAWAI | RUG
Kaiwá is the language spoken by the Guarani-Kaiowás, an indigenous population of Brazil. They live in tropical rainforest areas and are one of the most resilient people in the world, capable of surviving the constant adversities of the new and modern conditions of the world. BRABBU named a wool rug after their language as a tribute to their voice, that is concealed daily by the challenges they face. KAIWA rug brings the whisèers of this distant civilization within your modern home décor and living room set bonding your living room furniture. KAIWÁ wool rug stands for those that fight peacefully each day to keep their culture alive.
KALINA | RUG
The Kalina are indigenous people native to the northern coastal areas of South America. Living in villages on the rivers and coasts of 5 Latin American countries. Due to the lack of an existing written form of language, the histories and traditions of the Kalina people were transimitted to this day in the oral form, passing through generations. The Kalina’s myths, legends and tales are narrated today on BRABBU’s KALINA tencel rug’s long lines that will elegantly finish any beautiful modern home decor. With Kalina you will bring the legends into your living room set.
MACUSHI | RUG
The Macushi are a population living in the borderlands of southern Guyana, northern Brazil and in an eastern part of Venezuela.They live in villages linked together by tracks and paths. When married, the Macushi couple lives in the wife’s family’s village and the father-in-law is of great importance in Macushi kinship. In their legends the Macushi people are believed to be descendants of the sun’s children who created fire, as well as diseases, and they also believe they discovered the Tree of Life. These ancestral family bonds and religious beliefs are depicted by BRABBU’s MACUSHI wool rug, that with its delicate flower patterns and sand hues will be perfect to decorate a family space in any modern home decor.
WARAO | RUG
Warao means “the boat people” and it’s the name of an indigenous people from northeastern Venezuela and western Guyana with a lifelong and intimate connection with water. This faithful relation to water is also brought to you with WARAO hand-tufted rug. With iss shades of blue and its lines resembling river courses, WARAO rug brings the close connection between man and nature into any modern home décor. Simple and peaceful, like the Warao people, this hand-tufted rug is the kind of rug that ties together all yourliving room furniture.
WARI | RUG
The Wariwere a Middle Horizon civilization that flourished in the south-central Andes and coastal area of modern-day Peru. Known by their architectural works and innovations in road networks and terrace fields, which inspired the Inca Empire structures, they are also now the inspiration for BRABBU’s WARI Rug. Intended to honor the innovative spirit of these people, WARI is a living room rug that easily adapts to a contemporary, mid-century or modern home décor.
YAGUA | RUG
Yagua people are an indigenous people from Colombia and northeastern Peru. Their name originates either from the Quechua term yawar meaning ‘the color of blood’, possibility due to the Yagua custom of painting their faces with achiote, the blood red seeds of a local plant, or from the term yagua in Spanish meaning ‘royal palm’. This word could have been applied to the Yaguas by the Spanish explorers because much of the native clothing is made of palm fiber. These strong character features are represented in BRABBU’s YAGUA tencel rug, and its fierce rock like pattern and light grey hues. The perfect complement for any modern home decor. Relieve the ancient Yagua traditions in your living room area thanks to Yagua tencel rug.