Antique Kerman Carpet, Country of Origin: Persia, Circa Date: 1900 – Kerman carpets are known for their exceptional beauty and can easily find their way into many classic and traditional designs, but this one is particularly suited for contemporary rooms, too. This spectacular piece was created around the turn of the 20th century using a neutral color palette. The dark background gives it a soft and composed look. The greys and browns are calm and balanced.
All neural rooms are a design trend that has been around for quite some time and continues to be featured in design magazines and on popular design blogs. However, designers are now introducing pieces with soulful, classic patterns into the mix. This play using pattern adds depth to a neutral room. This piece is perfect for adding a surprising pattern to a contemporary, streamlined design. Mixing classic antique rugs into modern rooms adds warmth and charm, giving life to traditional design elements in a new way.
This piece has a beautiful all-over design that has motion and flows from one element to another. It has a high knot count, which allowed the weavers to create a high level of detail and a piece of exceptional beauty. This is an exceptional piece because of its versatility. It is an antique but also works well with modern design ideas. Classic Persian rugs are the foundation of modern styles such as Boho chic, Scandinavian modern, and urban designs. It is rare to find a piece with such classic elements and the versatility to serve as the anchor for a modern space.