Art Deco Style Line Design Carpet in Soft Beige N11063 6'1" × 9'1" $5,000
When it comes to eclectic style, the more color the better and this is why Art Deco rugs fit it so well. Art Deco rugs often include geometric or abstract pattern, inspired by artworks of the 19th-20th century. Some of Art Deco rugs were inspired by designs of Oriental carpets, 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, Art Deco rugs incorporate traditional European approach to textiles with vibrant palettes.
While the importance of a good pattern for any good contemporary rug is undeniable, sometimes it is not everything. This stunning Art Deco carpet is a dream come true for anyone who appreciates minimalist decor. The rug was hand knotted using high quality blend of silk and cotton, which accounts to its delightful softness and durability. While the rug itself has no design, a way it was woven resulted in a interesting, line-like texture. Color palette accompanying it is equally modest, yet the beauty of light gray and beige combined with the elegant sheen of silk is indescribable.
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Art Deco Style Line Design Carpet in Soft Beige N11063