Fine Brown Berber Design Modern Moroccan Style Runner Rug, Country of Origin: Afghanistan, Circa Date: Modern – Tribal inspired geometric patterns are finding their way into many upcoming style trends this year. Their primitive quality allows for innovative experiments and design, such as combining streamlined, modern elements with ones that give it a more earthy a primitive feel.
This modern Moroccan design rug was inspired by the traditional designs of the Moroccan Berber rug weavers. Their beautiful creations became popular during the mid-20th century. During that time period, designers turned it to the folk art character of tribal rugs to provide a human touch in space-age streamlined designs. Minimalist furniture with open spaces underneath provided new design possibilities in the room. Designers used vintage Moroccan rugs to bring life to the room through their beautiful colors and nature-inspired patterns.
Geometric patterns have been a staple in design for several decades. Only now, designers are giving this trend new life by including ones that are not perfectly symmetrical in their execution. Geometric designs that show a human element, rather than mechanical precision, bring warmth and balance to the room by adding the human factor to the design.
This runner rug has an organic, earthy feel that will complement nature-inspired designs, including Swedish modern, Eco-chic, or a Boho chic design that expresses your love of nature. This is a long, narrow piece that is perfect for the narrow kitchens that you now find in contemporary architecture. It would also add character to a long hallway or to connect to functional spaces and an open-plan design.
This is a versatile design that holds many possibilities for creating a space that is both modern, and that adds an earthy feel to the space, too. The modern rug is expressive and will allow you to create a space that shows your love of nature and unique artistic style. It blends and tradition and contemporary style, allowing you to create a space that is a relaxing blend of both.