From designer or craftsman, the carpet dresses up the living room
Looking at the "Alchemy Mint" carpet (edited by the luxury house Bougainville) hand-knotted in Nepal, with its effects of stormy skies and foam, its blues, grays, whites, abstract scrolls like set in motion in the form of a brush - we would hardly dare to step on it.Considering its price, 15,000 euros, it is better not to get tripped up with your coffee ...
If this one is a true work of art, it is clear that the contemporary rug is establishing itself as the new decorative accessory of the moment, without having to empty your bank account.gradients, geometry, optical vibrations, architectural references to Le Corbusier or the Bauhaus movement: it is in the midst of an interior revolution.In these times of Covid, where people pamper their homes, the trend is towards quality and craftsmanship.Tibetan and Nepalese wools or Chinese silks, we promote the handmade, sustainable development with untreated materials and natural dyes.
And then, you can do a lot of things with a carpet: give character to a room, delimit or warm a space, hide an overly worn parquet or a floor covering that has become outdated, and even hang it on the wall, since the carpet also transforms into… tapestry.The creators understood this well.The model "Lily Brush", at Roche Bobois, with its pictorial and organic forms; the cubist version of the duo Manuel Barbieri and Marco Magalini at MM Company; or even the unstructured combination of fragments of wool, reminiscent of shredded cardboard, by designer Patricia Urquiola for CC-Tapis.
Posted Date: 2021-03-06