Antique Art Deco American Hooked Rug, Origin: United States of America, Circa: Second Quarter of the Twentieth Century – This gorgeous Art Deco hooked rug from the second quarter of the 20th century has a classic design. It is the perfect piece for today’s contemporary geometric styles. Art Deco style first entered the world of art and design at an exhibition in Paris in 1925. It soon found its way into architecture, the arts, and home furnishings throughout the world. The style is characterized by simple geometric shapes and high-contrast colors. Throughout the 1920s and 1930s, it was at its peak in popularity.
A hooked rug is an American craft that uses strips of wool or other material that is pulled through a foundation material to create a loop. This creates the pile, and the design is a result of changing colors to create the pattern. Hooked rugs durable, and they are often backed with a course fabric to protect them and make them last longer. This one is in excellent condition and shows little wear.
Hooked rugs are a distinctive American style, and they give the room a historic look. This piece is beautifully crafted in a way that makes it versatile enough to fit into a retro or contemporary room. Geometrics are a trend that has been around for quite some time. In recent years, designers are turning to smaller patterns that are well-defined, but not as bold as those that have been featured in the past. This rug uses a simple color pattern of only three colors, which gives it an uncomplicated, minimalist look.
This piece would be the perfect touch to a Scandinavian modern room, retro style, or one that incorporates a bit of the natural world into the design. The rug features an earthy brown and ivory, accented by spicy red that gives it an exotic, global feel. The simplicity of the design makes it versatile enough for almost any design taste.