THANK YOU FOR YOUR REQUEST
We will be in touch soon.
Furniture helps to make your home feel lived in, welcoming and complete. And you design rug choice is just as important! When choosing furniture and the decoration for your contemporary living room, it is important to pick timeless, functional pieces that will fit the space you have available. Contemporary Rugs will present you some rugs inspired by this Brabbu Trendy Essentials selection.
Himba is a southern Angola tribe, who lives in a land isolated by deserts and moun- tains and dresses in strictly traditional ways. Himba is famous for their beautiful women painted with ochre and long tresses wrapped in red clay. They have an extre- me capacity to survive in hard conditions, a remarkable feature from where HIMBA Rug is born: a strong, powerful, red coloured rug made from hand-knotted thin wool, taking to your home the warm sensations of Africa.
Gobi, classified as a cold desert, is known for its hardest arid conditions and is the largest and driest desert on Asia, bounded by Mongolian and Chinese mountain to all sides. GOBI rectangular hand-tufted tencel rug depicts the extreme and opposite conditions that occur in this desert through its dark grey and sandy tones, applied in irregular but incisive shapes. GOBI rug fits well in a sober but strong ambience of a living room or a dining room.It can be made to measure and with different colours and shapes, to better fit every space.
KOI carp is a recurring symbol of Japanese culture, highly appreciated by its decorati- ve purposes, not only in water gardens but also in Irezumi practice or, most common- ly, in tattoos. Its natural colour mutations reveal their capacity to adapt, just like the KOI rectangular rug in hand-tufted tencel in neutral earthy tones to better fit in your ambiences. The different tonalities depict the shine and reflections of the scales, from the sun caught throughout the clear water. Koi and the Japanese word for love or affection are homophones, making the carp also a symbol of love and friendship. The KOI rug goes well in a living room and bedroom with either neutral or colorful furniture. It can be made to measure and with different colours and shapes, to better fit every space.
Living in the banks of the Omo river in Southern Ethiopia, you can find the small tribe Kara. They paint their bodies to prepare for ceremonies, using chalk with yellow rock, red iron ore and charcoal, combined with the distinctive colourful layers of round necklaces covering all their neck and chest. KARA rug represents these overlapping threads with many beads, creating a round spreading pattern made out of hand-tufted tencel.
After reading this article, do you have any favorite rug from our selection? Let us know, we are curious! For more designer rugs inspiration, don’t forget to follow our Pinterest account!