Vintage Floral Persian Tabriz Runner Rug 44740
Featuring a neutral color palette and a highly-detailed scrollwork pattern, this runner-style rug exemplifies the subtle colors and fine craftsmanship associated with carpet weavers in Tabriz.
Beautiful Vintage Tabriz Persian Rug, Country of Origin / Rug Type: Persian Rug, Circa Date: Mid- Twentieth Century – This gorgeous neutral vintage Tabriz rug was created in the mid-twentieth century, but its design is remarkably contemporary. This gorgeous runner rug has a nature-inspired design and uses a neutral color palette. Both of these themes are found throughout recent contemporary design magazines and style blogs. This is a unique vintage rug that fits perfectly with modern tastes.
The design uses predominantly rich, earthy browns in a range of hues from beige to chocolate. Warm reds, salmons, greens, and grays provide a hint of color and highlight, but not enough to disturb its gentle overall neutral tone. The floral elements of this runner bring in a bit of nature to the room.
The vintage-style scrollwork and simple floral design create a rug that has an elegant and sophisticated feel. The floral design is soft and composed. This is a beautiful piece that could easily pair with an overstuffed sofa and plenty of cushions for a dreamy Boho sanctuary with a vintage twist. Of course, it could also fit into a more elegant and refined room design, too. It would bring a bright and spirited feel to a room with plenty of natural light.
This rug has a classic design with a shape that could easily transform a hallway, or it could be used to bring a larger room down to scale. The scale of the design, in comparison to the overall size of the rug, would allow it to fit among bold architectural features, such as vaulted ceilings or a longer space, without being lost. The rug could be used to define the space by creating a visual path to tie to different areas together.
This imaginative vintage rug is versatile enough to spark your creative side in a range of contemporary design styles. The colors and design style of this rug are often copied by 21st-century designers, but there is nothing as beautiful as an original. This is a magnificent vintage piece that will create a conversation piece in modern interior design.