“Solrosen” Rya Rug Designed by Marianne Richter in Marta Maas Fjetterstrom’s Workshop BB6468 6'0" × 6'2" $9,000
This charming rya rug constitutes an absolute quintessence of Scandinavian craftsmanship. It was designed by the great Marianne Richter in the iconic workshop of Marta Maas Fjetterstrom, and the spirit of both geniuses is visible in every inch of this remarkable fabric. The almost square Swedish rug proudly bears the famous sunflower design, hence the name “Solrosen”, with the bold flower-head located in the center and its petals gradually spreading out to the edges. The pattern is complemented by a bright color palette with predominance of muted yellows and oranges, paired with mauve, against the ivory background. Although simplistic and bordering on naïve art, the design is actually extremely sophisticated and adjusted to contemporary decorating standards. It has a chance to bring some light and joy to any interior arrangement, from classic to modern. However, the aesthetic side is not the only forte of this fine Swedish rya rug. Its firm body and the shaggy pile were meticulously hand-knotted of first-rate wool, thanks to which the rug has survived until today without any signs of wear, and, if properly cared for, will serve its owners for generations. Lovely and chic, Marianne Richter’s rug is the answer for those who seek effortless elegance in a timeless dimension.
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"Solrosen" Rya Rug Designed by Marianne Richter in Marta Maas Fjetterstrom's Workshop BB6468
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