Vintage Marta Maas Scandinavian Marianne Richter Fasad Lattbla Rug 49821
Beautiful Zen Like Vintage Marta Maas Scandinavian Swedish Kilim Marianne Richter Fasad Lattbla Rug, Country of Origin / Rug Type: Scandinavia, Circa Date: Mid – 20th Century – This Marta Maas rug, by Marianne Richter, is a truly lovely and soothing masterpiece. This Fasad Lattbla design vintage Scandinavian rug seems simple at first glance, but as one spends more and more time inspecting it, the soft beauty transforms into a remarkably complex work of striated colors.
Four darker lines extend throughout the vintage mid century modern rug and create five independent rectangular fields. The central field area is the widest, while the flanking areas are long and narrow. The design of this remarkable flat weave rug is formed by a multitude of rectangle patches, which are saturated with slightly different light blue and soft purple hues. The colors of purple, blue, sea foam and beige that were used to create the this beautiful kilim rug are all remarkably similar in temperature and tone. This creates a very calming color backdrop that is easy to incorporate in any Scandinavian Bauhaus or modern interiors.
A lovely alternating checkered pattern completes the two short end. This adds a beautiful touch of polished elegance as well as a sense of balance and completeness. The light blue coolness combined by the hint of geometry of this vintage Marta Maas Scandinavian Marianne Richter Fasad Lattbla rug, are its most prominent aspects.
Th sleek texture of this beautiful Swedish kilim gives it a distinctively modern flair, but its vintage vibes are undeniable. The timeless beauty and overall complex sophistication of this Marta Maas rug, speak volumes about the artist, Marian Richter, who created it. If you are looking to create an interior design that is sure to bestow a feel of tranquility, then this Marianne Richter Fasad Lattbla rug would be hard to beat. It is magnificently decorative rug as well as breathtaking example of complex yet soothing work of textile art.