Techniques from one corner of the world will come together with arts from the other corner, and homes of 2021 will truly be commentaries on the globalisation of today. The Rug Republic looks to learn from cultures and communities across the world all the time, especially drawing inspiration from different tribal arts of the world.
TRR believes there are countless ideas one can draw from nature and people throughout the world, and 2021 will really be the year that these ideas take the forefront in home décor. In line with this prediction, TRR has an eclectic rug collection to recommend.
Admont is a modern design with a pastel palette that can be a stunning focal point to any interior. Over-tufted with the finest 100% wool, it is ideal for a modern classic decor in neutrals.
The understated Adono soft printed rug is hand woven in cotton with pom poms. Adono is exceptional value for money and light weight which makes it easy to move around as and when needed.
Baden rug has a nice tribal design printed on a hand weaved cotton dhurrie. This area rug in ivory-charcoal colour combination rug can dress up any given space instantly.
The Cambio rug is handmade in sturdy hemp, available in ivory/brown and brown/grey. Pair it with modern or country interiors and can be used without the fear of wear and tear.
Handwoven with a pile of fabric cuttings, the Kazan rug is a different take on a Moroccan style. The cotton fabric makes it great for warm climates and the construction has great art and craft feel without being burdened with too much colour.
Laina is handwoven in sturdy hemp and wool. It is fashionable as well as adaptable to contemporary casual interiors. This rug would be perfect for any setting with neutral textiles and natural materials.
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