Gorgeous Green Mid Century Inspired Modern Area Rug, Rug Type / Origin: India, Circa Date: Modern Rug – This gorgeous green area rug takes you back to the 1960’s and 1970’s. This retro inspired piece is perfect for working off your other preexisting authentic and modern recreated mid-century modern pieces. The 1960’s were a time when the USA was looking to extend its reach outside of the Earth’s atmosphere. Interior designers picked up on this innovative, spirited feeling and incorporated it into many home decor styles of the time.
Patterns that reflect radio waves and have a technological feel permeated our interior spaces. These elements often contrasted with shapes that had a more organic style, as you can see in this magnificent modern area rug. The escalation of the American space program culminated with Apollo 11’s 1969 moon landing, and you can find traces of this historic event throughout the world of interior design.
This is a modern area rug from India that captures the essence of the era beautifully. You could easily see it in a room with authentic George Nelson lamps, or with a few egg chairs placed along the edges. This inspired mid century modern rug is the perfect rug size for creating a cozy space for reading tucked away in a corner of the room with a comfortable being bag chair and a few space age inspired pillows.
This rug could be paired with your authentic Starburst Clock or a few lava lamps for atmosphere. A piece of Mid-century modern artwork would be the perfect finishing touch. This rug is an essential for the aficionado of Mid-century modern design or you love the simple geometric shapes of the furniture that was popular during this time.
This MCM inspired area rug would be perfect for a minimalist space that would highlight the pattern and colors of the rug. If you want to define a space for study or a home office, this modern area rug is the perfect way to set the theme. It has a contemporary feel and features an iconic design that will take you back to a time that was filled with optimism and new visions for the future.