Artistic Vintage Chinese Art Deco Area Rug, The Rug’s Origin: China, Circa / Rug Weaving Date: Early 20th Century – This sleek Chinese Art Deco rug features a grand geometric pattern rendered in an innovative pseudo-cubic style. Epitomizing the emotive nature of abstract expressionism, this mod art deco rug uses tempered hues and rich gradient colors to create a dramatic visage. Clean lines and natural curves produce an elegant allover pattern that is enhanced by linear accents, which alter the complex spatial dynamics. The layered composition uses a fairly limited selection of colors that are juxtaposed against gradient backgrounds that create a splendid visual effect. The strong kohl black details create a neutral counterpoint that highlights the dynamic levels of contrast and emphasizes the rich tonal variations in a classic Eastern manner.
This vibrant, spirited mid-century modern rug would fit in well alongside the works of Piet Mondrian, Alexander Girard, Ray Eames, and George Nelson. Its color blocked design is an authentic art deco influenced design that is perfectly fitted to contemporary tastes. Several retro-inspired interior design styles have recently made headlines. The streamlined furniture with minimalist legs and open spaces underneath that were popular in the mid-20th century have become popular once again, and this carpet is the perfect piece to give the ensemble a touch of authenticity.
This Chinese art deco carpet would fit well with designs from the Art Deco period through mid-century modern and the mod styles of the 1970s. Of course, this is the perfect piece for a retro-inspired design, but it is also the perfect fit for contemporary styles, such as ultra-modern and Swedish modern. Color blocking is a modern technique that uses solid colored furniture, accessories, and walls to create blocks of contrasting solid color. This design technique accents form and geometric shapes. This carpet would be the perfect addition to a color-blocked room.
Colors that reflect those found in nature is another important contemporary style trend. Geometric shapes have also found a new voice in modern style. This Chinese rug combines these elements in a way that will bring a fresh and colorful feeling to the room. The rug is dominated by blues, which creates a calm and gentle feel. Dragonfly blue, bluebird, and the colors of water and sky are favorites this year. Spicy reds and golden yellows are also leading favorites.
This is a gorgeous piece with a retro appeal that will also add a fresh and contemporary feeling to the space. Few pieces can complement such a vast range of vintage and contemporary design styles.