Rugs are often chosen as a floor covering based on how they look and feel. They are an important part of our luxury modern homes, especially in homes with a large percentage of hard flooring, providing a touch of warmth and coziness to the room. Tapestry also help to define separate spaces within a large room and come in a variety of shapes, which includes, but is not limited to, rectangles, squares, and circular shape.
Take a look at these Show-Stopping Rugs for Modern Interiors.
The mythological standard in this rug takes us back to ancient Greece, with the mixture of shapes and patterns standing out in alluring shades of brown. Perfect for the most daring environments, always with the characteristic refinement of Boca do Lobo’s designs.
Those who love sculptural and timeless art, who love history and the stories that remain in time, must certainly love Italy. This enchanting rug created by Boca do Lobo was inspired by the Roman carytical and the duomo’s oculus. It gives way to a flood of light, as abundant and magnificent that makes you feel alive. This freedom is the feeling Carytical Rug transmits; an authentic art piece in your house, that you can place in classical rooms, but also in the most contemporary and bold ones.
The paintings on the Sistine Chapel are an undeniable reference for art connoisseurs. Their sober, distinctive, captivating character, distinguish them from all other art works on architectural landmarks worldwide. A tribute to Michael Angelo and his works of art, the Sistine Rug , reinterprets his aesthetic and style according to the cosmopolitan and vibrant lifestyle of the twenty-first century.
In the dining area of Jean-Louis Deniot’s Paris apartment, the gray and black speckled tapestry is custom made.
In a modern living room of a home designed by Nate Berkus and Anne Coyle, the cowhide tapestry are from Anne Coyle Interiors.
In a Chicago apartment decorated by Nate Berkus, the striped tapestry is by Madeline Weinrib.
In the living room of designer Robert Stilin’s East Hampton house, the Art Deco tapestry is from F.J. Halimian.
In the living room of Lisa Pomerantz and Jonathan Copplestone’s Manhattan apartment, the Berber tapestry is vintage.
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