Vintage Swedish Kilim Rug Signed Brita Grahn 71671
A Beautiful Vintage Swedish Kilim Rug Signed Brita Grahn, Country Of Origin: Scandinavia, Circa Date: Vintage – The gorgeous colors of this vintage Scandinavian rug by Brita Grahn are earthy and reflect many of the colors found in nature. This artistic vintage Scandinavian flat weave kilim rug features a beautiful range of pastels that give it a feeling of early spring flowers. It will brighten any area of your home, office, or home office.
This vintage area rug is the work of Brita Grahn, an Influential Swedish textile artist and designer. She operated her own studio from 1932 to 1940. She was later the artistic director of AB Robert Ditzingers weaving studio in Sundberg, Sweden. She experimented with a range of carpet and tapestry weaving techniques and had several solo exhibitions in Stockholm and Gothenburg.
Grahn’s natural abstract rugs use simple geometric shapes, but they have an earthy quality in the colors and techniques that are used. This vintage Brita Grahn rug uses muted tones to create a dimensional effect. The colors are serene and bring a calming presence to the space.
Midcentury modern, Bauhaus and Scandinavian design embodies the principle of incorporating representations of nature into the design. In this vintage rug, the artist captured the contrast between the rigidness of the manmade world with its precise shapes and contrasted them against the fluidity of nature that is reflected in her use of color. The artist blends the manmade world and the natural world beautifully in this rug.
This vintage flat woven kilim rug is a beautiful piece of midcentury art for your floor. The colors feel fresh, and this piece would be an excellent addition to your Midcentury modern décor or contemporary room style. It is a minimalist design that could be used for a touch of color in a room of primarily neutrals.
The colors are soft and add a natural feel. This Swedish rug could fit into your dining room, conversation area, or bedroom. If you prefer a transitional space with a blend of periods and furniture styles, this rug from Scandinavia is a perfect way to tie them together and create a cohesive design.