Authentic and Traditional Patterned Wool Rug

Some countries have kept their traditions vivid as they were hundreds of years ago.Among them there are also beautiful old craftsmanships like the hand knotting wery well preserved for centuries  in the Beiras region in Portugal.Using modern materials like the new rich yarns based on 100 % New Zeeland wood they are creating some incredibly elegant robust rugs.

I would mention that they are pleasantly thick and they are offering extra comfort for your feet because they are also very dense at the surface.This Beiras collection offers a wide range of colours and eye-catching designs and patterns all crafed by hand in all sizes and shapes.The Europeans crafts are very popular and highly demanded because they offer not only a product to cover a need, but they  offer and preserve  alive a way of live and an unique art form.

Some modern interiors can easily recive an object like this and togheter  they can create a perfect symbiosis between traditional and new, combinig cultures  in a unique way, resulting in the end an elegant mix.Thanks to their warious patterns and models these carpets can set the dominant tone of a room.Either you use florar motifs an bright color  and animate a place in  a joyful ambiance either a 2 tone  simple pattern for a more classical note these rugs can bring into your home a glim of elegancy and a piece of culture.Found them on Casalis.



Published by in Rugs & Carpets, on December 12th, 2011

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