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Hand-Knotted Austrian Art Deco Style Rug Beige Brown Green Pattern by Rug & Kilim 10234

Hand-Knotted Austrian Art Deco Style Rug Beige Brown Green Pattern by Rug & Kilim 10234

$1,880.00

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4 FT 0 IN
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6 FT 0 IN

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72 × 48 in
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SKU: 10234

Hand knotted in wool and silk originating from one of our most reputed partner looms in Nepal, this contemporary 4×6 rug from the European Collection by Rug & Kilim draws inspiration from Austrian Art Deco rug styles and nods to the Vienna Secession movement in the creation of this affectionately dubbed “Piano” design. The silk’s natural sheen lends an intriguing sense of movement through alternating degrees of luster in the colorway, fabulously complementing the varied hues of beige-brown, off-white, pink, blue, and green with a sense of movement through a play of the light—with more subtle light-and-dark areas of the piece from the material blend. It’s uncommon that such a piece with primarily antique European rug influences should enjoy such a distinctive mid-century and modern rug appeal, offering a repetition negotiating between soothing and engaging with a complementary transitional colorway. Originating from one of our most reputed long-standing partner looms in Nepal.

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Hand knotted in wool and silk originating from one of our most reputed partner looms in Nepal, this contemporary 4×6 rug from the European Collection by Rug & Kilim draws inspiration from Austrian Art Deco rug styles and nods to the Vienna Secession movement in the creation of this affectionately dubbed “Piano” design. The silk’s natural sheen lends an intriguing sense of movement through alternating degrees of luster in the colorway, fabulously complementing the varied hues of beige-brown, off-white, pink, blue, and green with a sense of movement through a play of the light—with more subtle light-and-dark areas of the piece from the material blend. It’s uncommon that such a piece with primarily antique European rug influences should enjoy such a distinctive mid-century and modern rug appeal, offering a repetition negotiating between soothing and engaging with a complementary transitional colorway. Originating from one of our most reputed long-standing partner looms in Nepal.

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Scandinavian

The Scandinavian Collection presents geometric designs delineated with varying pile heights for tactile emphasis, with numerous fresh, refined patterns woven in a unique variety of yarns and classic colorways. Often referred to by Josh Nazmiyal as “a new language in design” the modernist collection celebrates our unprecedented textural diversity, a formidable Kilim line never seen in these spacious sizes, and an exciting departure from traditional geometry that simultaneously embodies the original design.

Some of the most well-received patterns have drawn inspiration from mid-century pioneers of the aesthetic, reimagined with Josh’s deep reverence of the style and his drive to present the vintage style with the utmost quality and possibility. To that end essential functional concerns were innovated, especially in the flat weaves where the original pieces were fewer, smaller and more vulnerable to folding underfoot and we’ve achieved a durable body resistant to buckling or shifting like traditional flat weaves. A number of our Scandinavian Kilim pieces likewise enjoy a subtle, intriguing colorway variation created through the aforementioned blend of undyed, natural yarns, lending to a unique, tasteful sense of movement complementing the classic geometry.

Our goal was to ensure that the soul of Scandinavian design aesthetic in both functionality and minimalism was observed, while durability, beauty and restraint were addressed in kind.
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