Beautifully Decorative Oversized Blue Background Antique Indian Floral Rug, Country of Origin: India, Circa Date: 1900 – This year, the earthy color combination of brown and blue is once again making headlines in the world of interior design. This gorgeous antique Indian floral-design rug from the turn of the 20th century is the perfect way to bring these natural colors into your home. The colors are perfect for modern styles, but its traditional design also lends to a more classic feel.
This beautiful piece uses a simple color scheme and complex floral designs to create a rug that has an earthy, abundant feel. Traditional Indian rug designs were borrowed from Persian rugs of the 16th century. Through the years, these designs evolved into a unique style that is elegant and as complex as the diverse traditions behind them.
This antique Indian rug delightfully sparks the imagination. The floral motifs appear as if they have been transformed and washed in moonlight. The forms are only suggested in a way that is similar to how a beautiful garden appears at night. You can almost catch the gentle perfume of the wisteria and jasmine in this nighttime garden paradise.
This exquisite oversized rug from India would be the perfect addition to traditional decor, or perhaps, a Grand Millennial setting that uses antique furniture and updated modern fabrics. You can also find antique rugs used as the foundation for formal dining rooms or contemporary seating areas that are perfect for gathering friends and family.
The rugs are often the first piece chosen because it has the greatest visual impact in the room. This area rug from India draws attention with its beautiful colors and patterns. It sets the tone for a selection of furniture and accessories throughout the rest of the space. This rug would make the perfect beginning for a contemporary color scheme in a room with neutral browns and calming blues. The gorgeous floral design brings a touch of nature to the indoors and will allow you to create a space that is cozy and welcoming.