Charming Geometric Brown Background Mid Century Modern Rug, Rug Type / Origin: India, Circa Date: Modern Rug – If you are a lover of mid-century modern rugs and decor, and you love rich, earthy browns as your favorite color palette, then this magnificent rug from India is one that you must consider to set the tone for your room design. The design of this modern rug was inspired by minimalist pieces. Textile designers and artists, such as Verner Panton, Charles and Ray Eames, and Andy Warhol, set the tone for architectural and interior design of the time. Styles featured crisp lines, solid blocks of color, and an emphasis on function and form.
Decorative elements took on a simple, minimalist approach that continues to inspire contemporary designers today. This beautiful modern MCM rug uses contrast in shape, line, and color to recreate the look and feel of mid-century modern design. The lines and shapes of the artistic area rug give it in modern art feel, but it also reflects an earthier quality with the colors chosen and the inclusion of a pattern that mimics an animal print. This gives it the suggestion of a tribal field and primitive art flavor. This was another popular technique that was used to create warmth and break up the hard lines of streamlined furniture and room designs throughout the 1950’s and 1960’s.
The artist recreated the look and feel of the era perfectly, only they used colors and shapes that will appeal to contemporary design tastes. This is a versatile piece that you could use in a range of modern design styles. In a minimalist space, it will add color and pattern without breaking from the simplicity of the style. You could also use it in a room filled with plants, natural wood materials, and other earthy elements to give it a bold, modern look. This mid century modern inspired area rug will bring a fresh and updated look to any modern room in your home. Its simple design also makes the perfect statement in your office or home office. This piece will allow you to create a room that is both modern and expressive.