Flat Woven Tribal Floral Vintage Turkish Kilim Rug, Country / Origin: Turkey, Date: Mid 20th Century– This is another beautiful example of a Kilim rug. This gorgeous piece exemplifies the deep, rich earth tones and stunning geometric patterns typical of Turkish design. The three bouquets of soft pink roses stand out against the almost kaleidoscopic pattern created by using different hues of brown. The golden yellow accents act as a foil to the gray-green pastels and soft violets in the flowers. Another interesting feature of this rug is its dimensions – it is elongated and slightly asymmetrical in some aspects. This is a truly stunning and unique rug.
This gorgeous, signed vintage rug is an excellent piece for the connoisseur of Mid century Modern design. This floral flat weave rug, with its brilliant abstract floral design and mid century details, is the perfect addition to your vintage, retro, or Swedish Modern collection.
This vintage kilim rug has the hallmarks of mid century modern design and it is not known if it is the work of the most recent or a previous generation. The Turkish rug has a graphic quality that is in alignment with modern interior trends and Mid-century modern ones.
Interior designers continue to borrow the colors of nature to create an interior that is a sanctuary for relaxation. This vintage room size rug features an earthy brown background and abstract flowers in beautiful corals, reds, pinks, and blues. Neutral tones are a staple for creating a calm and serene feeling in the space. More recently, designers add a pop of color to the traditional neutral palette to create rooms that are dynamic, modern, and fresh.
This is the perfect fat woven kilim rug for adding a modern art element to the room design and to tie in colors that are bold and contemporary. It will create a focal point in a room with modern furniture that features simple, geometric shapes and plenty of space underneath. Mid century Modern designers used this space to their advantage to define a functional area within the room without adding partitions or walls. This would be the perfect rug to define an area in an open-plan space or a modern loft. The Turkish flat woven kilim carpets are considered magnificent examples of textile art, not only utilitarian objects for covering the floor. Their long standing presence in the rug Bazaars of the Middle East are a testimony to the weavers skill and artistry.