A Splendid Casual Elegant Rustic Antique Tribal Persian Serapi Geometric Area Rug, Country Of Origin: Persia, Circa date: 1880 – The geometric designs of the iconic tribal antique Persian Heriz, Serapi and Bakshaish rugs have been gracing the floors of some of the most beautiful homes since the middle part of the 19th century. These truly captivating antique Persian area rugs are some of the most recognizable within the world of antique area rugs. These rustic rugs tend to boast more casual yet elegant rug designs and have been sought after and appreciated by people from all walks of life.
The antique Persian Heriz rugs that are older and tend more open in design and interesting in coloration, are referred to antique Persian Serapi rugs and this one happens to be one of the more facinating and one of the very best area rugs of its kind. The ivory background and use of lighter shades of rustic tones make this casual elegant rug one of the more happy 19th century area rugs one could hope to find.
The colors are so unusual and uplifting and the design is so open and facinating so placing area rugs like this in a room and among existing furniture layouts should prove relatively easy. Rugs like this are perfect for dining rooms as the surrounding border, especially against the light ivory color of the field, would create a facinating frame for the table. That said, tribal rugs like this are so adaptable and versatile that they could work in almost any space – from more urban modern decors approached to rustic farmhouse interior designs this antique Persian Serapi rug can do it all. You can also use this Serapi to add a touch of history and romance to an MCM interior that is filled with the magnificent furniture designs of some of the most iconic and famous mid century modern designers.
Area rugs such as this specific Serapi rug are quite rare to find. For those who are shopping for area rugs to buy for your home, especially if you like geometric rugs, this casual elegant rustic antique Persian tribal Serapi rug would be hard to top.