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Rug Trends are always coming and go but many of them still alive for years or even forever. Being rugs essential elements on interiors decoration, they have to be always according to the trends, in order to create the perfect interior design. On the floor or even on the wall, rugs will make your home comfortable and will enhance your home decoration. Be trendy with Contemporary Rugs suggestions!
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The Cauca culture is an extinct Colombian culture dated between the 9th and 10th centuries, located close to the Cauca River in Colombia. Their traditional artworks gave rise to BRABBU‘s CAUCA Rug. The geometric pattern on the black and white tencel rug recalls the sharp artwork of the Cauca culture and aims to bring strength to any living room. CAUCA rectangle rug by BRABBU is the best finishing for your home decor.
The Gobi is known for its hardest arid conditions and is the largest and driest desert on Asia, bounded by Mongolian and Chinese mountains to all sides. GOBI 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 rectangle rug fits well in a sober and strong ambience of a living room or a dining room.
Macushi is a population living in the border of southern Guyana and northern Brazil. When married, the Macushi couple lives in the wife’s village and the father-in-law is of great importance in Macushi kinship. Their ancestral family bonds and religious beliefs are depicted by BRABBU’s MACUSHI rectangular wool rug, with its delicate flower patterns and sand hues that will be perfect to decorate any modern home decor.
Himba is a southern Angola tribe, who lives in a land isolated by deserts and mountains and dresses in strictly traditional ways. Himba is famous for its beautiful women painted with ochre and long tresses wrapped in red clay. They have an extreme capacity to survive in hard conditions, a remarkable feature from where HIMBA is born: a strong, powerful, red rectangle coloured rug made from hand-knotted thin wool, taking to your home the warm sensations of Africa.
The Yupik are a group of indigenous people in Alaska. Traditionally, the families spent spring and summertime at fishing camps and then joined with others at village sites for the winter. The travel to search for food and the resistance to cold weather of this people are represented on the YUPIK hand-tufted dyed wool rug, like the routes that they have taken for all these years.
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