Vintage Tiger Pelt Design Swedish Rya Rug 48037
Quintessentially modern and beautifully composed, this vintage rug is an intriguing example.
Small But Captivating Animal Pelt Design Vintage Swedish Rya Area Rug, The Origin Of This Rug Is: Scandinavia, This Rugs Dates To: Mid 20th Century – Here is a animal pelt design that is quite unique and intriguing. This vintage area carpet is a mid-twentieth century carpet, featuring an animal pelt design, woven in Scandinavia, at the height of that region’s most important carpet-producing period. Wonderfully distinct, this vintage shag Swedish Rya carpet features an intriguing design consisting simply of a large orange figure set against a pale field, with eccentric horizontal stripes running across both. Perhaps what is most appealing about this carpet is this tantalizingly simple composition, which, despite its apparent simplicity, is suggestive of a myriad of different images and ideas. Perhaps the most apparent image being communicated is one of an animal pelt – as deconstructed as it could be while still being able to communicate the concept. Of course, this is just one way to view this mid-century rug; the simple nature of its design leaves it gloriously open for interpretation, as is the nature of mid-century modern design.
Quintessentially modern in look and beautifully composed, this vintage Swedish Rya rug is quite the intriguing vintage piece. The Swedish rugs were woven in all kinds of fascinating designs and patterns, most of which were inspired by the natural world around us. That said, we don’t usually see animal pelts or tiger design rugs from Sweden. So this specific vintage rug is quite the unique and exciting find.
For those who share our love for the Swedish vintage rugs, incorporating this smaller size area rug would be quite simple. It is small enough to fit in almost any nook or smaller area that you want to beautify. But regardless of how you incorporate this breathtaking animal pelt design rug in your home, it is a true gem that will look spectacular pretty much anywhere.