Gorgeous Large Antique Turkish Oushak Area Rug, Country of Origin / Rug Type: Turkey, Circa date: 1920 – Antique Turkish Oushak rugs are some of the most beautiful rugs in the world, and designers have been finding new ways to use them for centuries. This gorgeous antique Turkish rug with its earthy tones and weathered old world character was created in the 1920’s and will make a perfect addition to traditional or contemporary decor.
The beautiful designs of antique rugs from Oushak have been favorites since the early 17th century and their beautiful rug designs and color combinations continue to fascinate us today. Turkish Oushak rugs use a variety of traditional motifs, but they recreate them in an abstract style that is unique among traditional Persian rugs. The design of this gorgeous example makes the perfect centerpiece in a conversation area for gathering with family and friends. It is also the perfect foundation to be used as dining room rug or any room in the home for that matter.
Today, designers are using antique Turkish Oushak rugs to add color to solid furniture and to add a nature-inspired element to the space. Another trend that has become popular in recent years is a layered rug interior design look. This large area rug would be perfect for this look with its organic theme and earthy colors.
One of the reasons why interior designers and home decorators love Turkish Oushak rugs is that they have a formal quality, but their abstract designs and tribal flavor also give the room a casual and more relaxed feel. This piece features a classic design and colors that will inspire the accessories and artwork throughout the space. If you have an open-plan apartment or office space, this rug would be the perfect way to set aside a functional area.
The rug colors make the perfect backdrop for a room filled with plants or a collection of a few of your favorite things. This decorative and soft antique Turkish Oushak area rug will give the space a unique personality that allows you to bring out your own unique style to create a sanctuary away from the world.