Caucasian Design Contemporary Silk Runner Rug, Country of Origin: Modern Indian, Circa date: Modern – The world fell in love with Caucasian rugs in the 1870’s when the Transcaucasian Railroad first brought these magnificent antique rugs to homes throughout Europe and the USA. They continue to inspire artists even today. This modern silk rug draws its inspiration from the classic Caucasian tribal rugs that have fascinated the world for over 100 years.
This modern rug from India uses bright, bold colors that will brighten any room and geometric designs that have been favorites among interior designers for many decades. This is a long, narrow hallway runner rug that is for a corridor where you need a touch of brilliant color to bring energy to the space. It would also be a perfect rug for a long wall or as part of a interior design rug arrangement with floor pillows and large plants scattered throughout the room.
Silk rugs are known for having a luminosity that sets them apart from any other type of rug. This luminescence makes the colors seem brighter and the space feel open and airy. Silk plays with the light and takes on a different character as the light changes throughout the day. The brilliant colors of this rug would make an excellent foundation for bright accessories throughout the space.
Cheerful yellows, soft pinks, emerald turquoise, and Navy blue are some of the more popular color trends this year. These colors add energy against soft neutral backgrounds. The geometric lines add stability to the design, and this rug makes a cheerful foundation for creating a space that reflects your personal style.
Oriental rugs of all kinds are featured in this year’s interior design magazines. Designers are bringing elements of Turkish, Caucasian, Persian, and Chinese rug design into the interior spaces. These elements add a sense of familiarity and coziness to the space. This modern silk rug has a Near-East feel, brilliant colors, and a bold, geometric design. This is modern rug, with a vintage rug feel and is perfect for a room that combines both fine antiques and modern pieces in the same space.