So you’ve just finished the expansion and remodeling of your baller home! Now it is time to decorate it and add those luxury finishing touches and up the glam quotient a bit. For the walls, you can choose from a plethora of options ranging from Swarovski encrusted tiles to crystal embedded wallpaper and so on. For the light fittings, there are numerous choices as well from designer pendant lamps to crystal chandeliers. What about the floors? Do you still feel that the floors are screaming for some attention, despite changing the flooring in your living room? To spruce up the floors, designer rugs are your best bet. Sydney-based AGDA award winning graphic designer Linus Dean has recently launched an exquisite collection of traditionally hand crafted rugs that are made in Nepal.
The rugs draw inspiration from ‘vintage topography’ and ‘traditional craftsmanship’. Each rug in the collection is aesthetically pleasing and creative. The techniques employed to craft each one is traditionally Tibetan and only the finest material and dyes are used in production. The overall effect is artistic and sophisticated. The common theme underlying the rugs is the use of graphic typography. The colors are bold, yet visually pleasing. You can tell from the design that the rugs reflect a certain degree of playfulness and avant-garde styling, truly characteristic of a designer.
The collection is grouped by names of cities around the world – New York, London, Barcelona, Melbourne, Sydney, Chicago, Boston, San Diego, Paris, Kathmandu and Pokhara. The rugs are available in a variety of finishes – hand-knotted wool, silk or a combination of materials and hand-tufted wool. You can specify a color of your choice as well as size and your order will be customized accordingly. Prices are dependent on size, number of colors and material chosen.
Contemporary, bold and daring, the handcrafted rugs will most definitely transform the space you’re in without detracting from the main theme of your décor. Pick a bright color only if you have dull flooring and/or walls, else the effect can become too loud. For more information, please visit Linus Dean and email him for a quote.