Ivan Da Silva-Bruhns Art Deco Inspired Multicolored Pattern Rug N11400 4'6" × 6'6" $3,000
This Art Deco rug designs alludes to the finest Art Deco paintings. Its angular elegance is expressed through the geometric pattern repeated on diagonally opposite sides of the field. There is a minute color difference in the corner motifs, representing rectangles withing rectangles, but it is the only derogation from the scheme, which introduces a bit of an intriguing stir into this neatly organized design.
The background of this Art Deco rug is quite neutral, kept in a subtle shade of beige – it is done so the carpet could carry the multicolored pattern. The whole composition is balanced and sublime – the final touch is added thanks to the best quality wool used for the creation of this weaving masterpiece. It will satisfy even the most demanding connoisseurs of design.
Art Deco movement originated in the beginning of the 20th century and since then has remained an important trend in design. This rug is the classic representation of deco aesthetics. Permeated with angular elegance, the modern carpet tiles is not ‘cluttered’ with patterns – there is one combination of polygons which is repeated in diagonally opposite sides of the field. The only alternation lies in color – the quadrangular figures in the very opposite corners are slightly variously pigmented. The background is maintained in subtle light beige, whereas the rest of the motifs is beautifully colored in light brown, fuchsia, plum, yellow and light blue. All of this, combined with the finest hand woven wool pile, constitutes indisputable quality.
Ivan Da Silva-Bruhns Art Deco Inspired Multicolored Pattern Rug N11400