Vintage Scandinavian Kilim 48192
Featuring a classical Swedish composition, this charming vintage rug espouses some of the finest trends in mid-century Scandinavian rug weaving.
Vintage Scandinavian Kilim, Country of Origin: Scandinavia, Circa Date: Mid-Twentieth Century – Here is a beautiful vintage rug – a vintage Scandinavian kilim that was woven in Sweden during the middle decades of the twentieth century. Featuring a classical Swedish composition, this charming vintage rug espouses some of the finest trends in mid-century Scandinavian rug weaving.
Like many of the finest examples from this time and place, this comely Swedish kilim features a simple and traditional composition, in which a patterned border surrounds an open field. As old as the most ancient antique rugs and carpets, this design is one of the most stedfast in the rug world, and immediately conveys a strong impression of tradition.
However, the mid-century aesthetic is sufficiently unique to transform this age old presentation into something new. In this lovely vintage Swedish rug, the geometric floral details that appear throughout are sufficiently deconstructed and minimalist as to invite a close look. The pallet of soft yellows gives the entire piece a sense of warmth that lingers long after one has looked away. A unique and appealing piece, this vintage Scandinavian kilim is a splendid example.
This lovely Scandinavian Kilim rug, composed in cheery yellow, orange, and lime, is a gorgeous option for brightening up any interior space. This rug features a classic geometric pattern including castellated borders and diamond motifs.
This rug is a beautiful example of Scandinavian design. With its focus on simple patterning and pastel colors, this rug would complement many different interior decorating styles, from Mid-Century modern inspired homes, to more contemporary designs.
Scandinavian rugs are truly great works of art and are appreciated by many collectors, designers and consumers from all over the world. Wonderful examples of Scandinavian rugs have struck a chord with people who are looking for something different and a bit more modern. With influences from the Bauhaus and Art Deco movements, vintage Scandinavian rugs add a chic and minimalist style to the interiors which incorporate them.