Doris Leslie Blau Collection High-Quality Monumental Hand Knotted Wool Rug N11098 13'6" × 23'7" $37,000
When it comes to contemporary interiors, bigger the pattern the better, and this is why Art Deco rugs fit it so well. They often include geometric or abstract design. Some of Art Deco rugs were inspired by Oriental carpets and patterns, enhanced with European aesthetics. Art Deco owes its name to the first major exhibition of decorative arts to be held after the First World War: L’Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels Modernes held in Paris in 1925. Made between two world wars, this type of rugs incorporate traditional European approach to textiles with vibrant palettes.
Just a look is enough to fall in love with this stunning contemporary rug. It was hand knotted with great care and dedication, which can be easily seen in the quality of its weave. Wool used during the process of weaving ensured not only rug’s softness, but also durability. The size, 13’6″ × 23’7″ (411 × 719 cm), is certainly the biggest advantage of this contemporary rug, as it will be a perfect addition to any business venue or an elegant hall. Rug’s pattern includes a simplistic geometric composition, which takes over the surface like ripples on the water. The whole is crowned by a stunning color palette kept in neutral shades of rose gold beige.
Doris Leslie Blau’s collection of antique rugs and contemporary carpets has no equals not only thanks to its size, but also quality of our pieces. If you don’t believe us, be sure to check out our website and indulge in the most luxurious shopping experience imaginable.
Doris Leslie Blau carries an exceptional collection of original modern rugs in many styles and materials. Contemporary hand-made rugs are a bridge throughout history, they are the fruit of the constant evolution of the weaving craft that has accompanied men since the dawn of civilization.
Doris Leslie Blau Collection High-Quality Monumental Hand Knotted Wool Rug N11098