Art Deco Rug Green. Chinese art deco rug with empty green field and colorful, vining, floral border. Beautiful antique art deco chinese rug, with a green field, brown frame in an allover classic chinese floral design.
Angular motifs in metallic tones are infused with a sense of glamour from a bygone era. Taking inspiration from the art deco movement of the roaring 20s, art deco rugs are defined by sharp geometric patterns and technicolour designs. 20th century french brown & orange floreal square rug, 1900s.
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13 ft 10 in x 15 ft 11 in (4.22 m x 4.85 m) save for later. For a vibrant as well as dynamic statement. Made of 100% natural highland wools and incorporated bamboo silk details and highlights.
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20th century chinese art deco green yellow pink unusual shape rug, 1930s. Our handknotted art deco rugs are inspired by 1920s and 1930s design. Antique green art deco chinese wool rug 9 ft x 11 ft 6 in.
Taking Inspiration From The Art Deco Movement Of The Roaring 20S, Art Deco Rugs Are Defined By Sharp Geometric Patterns And Technicolour Designs.
The broadway collection provides an elegant look with an art deco vibe. 1960s vintage art deco rug in a green, white, multicolor pictorial pattern. Dimensions 9′ × 11′10″ and 0.25″ thick styles art deco rug construction hand knotted pattern geometric period.
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Located in long island city, ny. On the other hand, it can also be the perfect addition that can bring to life a neutral or minimalist room. It produced a mix of many different styles borrowing design influences from neoclassical, constructionist, cubism, modernism and art nouveau.