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By Taras Yatsula
Blue colour represents the sky and the sea and is very associated with freedom, tranquillity, imagination and inspiration. Blue is a calming colour that shows creativity and intelligence. It has positive effects on the mind and the body. As the colour of the spirit, it invokes rest and can cause the body to produce chemicals that are calming and exude feelings of tranquillity.
Blue helps to slow human metabolism, is cooling in nature, and helps with balance and self-expression. Most blues convey a sense of trust, loyalty, cleanliness, and understanding. On the other hand, blue evolved as a symbol of depression in North-American culture. “Singing the blues” and “feeling blue” are good examples of the complexity of colour symbolism and how it has been evolved in different cultures.
Too much of this tone can create the opposite of an atmosphere calm and happy so, Contemporary Rugs suggest you use just some pieces or accents in this colour if you wish to create a space where you want to retreat and relax.
In a cubist language, Mira is the representation of Cleopatra, where life emerges in the form of colour, taking us on a journey through the communion of cultures and style.
This rug, hand-tufted in botanical silk and natural wool, deconstructs classic concepts with solid and simple plans, representing the influence of history in contemporary design.
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. Simple and peaceful, like the Warao people, this hand-tufted rug is the kind of rug that ties together all your living room furniture.
By far the most popular colour family, blue paint is traditional and conservative in its darker tones and becomes breezy and cool when you add white.
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. BRABBU named a wool rug after their language as a tribute to their voice, that is concealed daily by the challenges they face. KAIWÁ wool rug stands for those that fight peacefully each day to keep their culture alive.
A design inspired by the image of Pluto, the ninth and smallest planet in the solar system, is composed primarily of rock and ice. The representation in shades of blue symbolizes the ice, the stain presented through circles of different colours represent all the other planets that are part of the solar system.
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