Vintage Deco French Rug by Decoration Interieure Moderne 1845
Art Deco Rug, England, Early 20th Century - A classic modernist pattern of intersecting circles and crescents in shades of mauve, taupe, sand, and cocoa unfolds dynamically across the field of this grand Art Deco carpet. The understated monochrome border allows the design to dominate the piece, much like an abstract painting. The rich, velvety pile adds an element of opulence to the crisp, modern feel of the design. Rugs signed DM and DIM The prestigious French design firm Décoration Intérieure Moderne also known as Décore-Installe-Meuble or DIM (1919-1953) was established by pioneering metal worker Ren? Joubert and theatrical designer Georges Mouveau in 1919. Following Mouveau's departure in 1924, Philippe Petit joined the firm beginning the Joubert et Petit partnership. Luxury products produced by the firm include furniture, carpets, lighting products and complete concept rooms that often featured innovative materials introduced in the art deco movement. DIM was part of the economic renewal occurring in Paris following WWI, which also included the inaugural department stores where their products were featured. Clients who commissioned exclusive designs from DIM include royalty from all over the world.