Gorgeous Large Blue Grey Modern Moroccan Style Rug, Country of Origin: Afghanistan, Circa Date: Modern – This gorgeous blue and gray modern Moroccan style rug has a graphic quality that is urban and bold. Blue and gray are a color combination that has become the new neutral palette of choice. Designers are using it to incorporate soft color into solid, neutral palettes.
This large size rug draws its design inspiration from the beautiful, primitive vintage area rugs that were created by the Moroccan Beni Ourain rug weaving tribes. These iconic, vintage rugs from Morocco were based on traditional designs handed down through thousands of years. Mid century modern designers were inspired by these designs because of their primitive qualities and ability to add contrast to the hard lines created by the streamlined styles of the 1950s and 1960s.
This modern rug uses a Moroccan-inspired design, only the artist transformed it into a piece that is perfect for modern architectural and interior design trends. The minimal lines and dark gray background of this rug are perfect for rooms that use glass, steel, and stone. It would look beautiful in a room that features mixed metals, and multifunctional furniture. The design of the inspired Moroccan Berber rug resembles a modern abstract painting.
Seldom were the original Moroccan-style rugs over 8 feet wide. This one is scaled for modern, open spaces that are an essential part of today’s urban architectural design. The scale of the design and overall size of the rug will create balance in larger spaces. This will allow you to create a more intimate area for conversation, work, or entertainment.
This is a versatile piece that draws its design from the past, but the artist also incorporated modern design trends, which is the perfect blend of traditional and modern design concepts. This allows the large blue grey modern Moroccan style rug to serve as a bridge between modern and traditional design within the same space. The result is an innovative, artistic piece that allows you to blend different design concepts to create a room that is both expressive and stylistically unified in a way that few pieces can do.