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Grey rugs is the topic for today! Grey is a cool, neutral, and balanced colour. The colour grey is an emotionless, moody colour that is typically associated with meanings of dull, dirty, and dingy, as well as formal, conservative, and sophisticated.
The colour grey is a timeless and practical colour that is often associated with loss or depression. Dark, charcoal grey communicates some of the strength and mystery of black. It is a sophisticated colour that lacks the negativity of the colour black. Light greys can carry some of the attributes of the colour white.
Inspired in the Art Deco movement, that peaked during the 1920s, Rug’Society created the DÊCO rug, which represents the neutral collection in the best way possible. A handmade rug full of glamour and sophistication, with an unusual shape and the addition of fringes, which you surely won’t be able to resist.
Inception is the name given to the origin or the beginning of something and it is a process that is present during our entire life. With a simple design, the INCEPTION rug brings an elegant and minimalist style to the interiors. 100% hand-tufted rug made with Botanical Silk.
Air rug is a triumph of the geometric patterns and straight lines. With different reliefs and colours, this rug creates a different perspective and a tree dimensional graphic design. Using three different techniques, hand-tufted, over tufting, and carving, Air rug is made with the noblest materials – Natural Wool and Botanical Silk.
The physical effects of grey are less pronounced than other colours, but it tends to have a dampening effect–both in other colours and on our moods. It is calm and dispassionate, but too much grey, particularly if it is a dark grey–can be depressing. Grey is the perfect neutral, as it can moderate brighter hues and pull a colour scheme together.
Aymara people are an indigenous nation that lives between the Andes and the Altiplano regions of South America. The stripes pattern in the traditional Aymara poncho is reflected in the new BRABBU’s wool rug, named after this strong population. AYMARA rectangle wool rug is the ideal rug for a modern home decor where small details like a wool rug can bring the soberness that these ambiences require.
INUK is the individual name for the Inuit people, a group of indigenous people inhabiting the Arctic regions of Greenland. The INUK rectangle rug, hand-tufted tencel, reflects their lifestyle and the clothing that protects them: the motifs resembling a beautiful brown, black and white cover that make you travel to the coldest places on Earth and still feel warm and comfortable.
Living in the banks of the Omo river in Southern Ethiopia, you can find the small tribe, Kara. They paint their bodies in preparation 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 rectangle rug represents these overlapping threads with many beads, creating a round spreading pattern made out of hand-tufted tencel.
The Bemba are named the royal clan or “the people of the crocodile” in the provinces of Zambia. Their many legends and histories intertwine and cross generations, like the BEMBA rectangle rug with its many lines in hand-tufted wool, with grey and black colours. This soft rug has been carefully created thinking on the heritage of the tribe to give a smooth and special touch.
Grey is the colour of intellect and of compromise. It is a diplomatic colour, negotiating all the distance between black and white; typically consider to be conservative, elegant, and cool, though it can be a bit mysterious.
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