Black and Cream Hand Knotted/Woven Carpet

I consider every thing that is hand made as being a work of art because it needs all the skills of the manufacturer and also they are involved unconditionally in making the product, so they invest a bit of soul, too. That is why I respect the manufacturers and their products very much. This Black and Cream Hand Knotted/Woven Carpet is the perfect proof for my words. It is beautiful and made with love, a work of art that came out from the hands of Sara Larsson, a Swedish designer who is mainly working with product design, furniture design and architecture.

The carpet is hand knotted and takes a lot of time to make and it shows an apparently simple, but interesting design. There are geometrical patterns in black and cream and their combination takes you to the magical and perfect world of geometry. You may say it is a product of Cubism or that it shows a futuristic design, but it is still beautiful. This combination of colours makes the carpet even more interesting because the cream changes colour depending on your view angle. It may seem darker or lighter and when combined with different amounts of the black surrounding it it can look like having different hues. Well, this particular carpet is 300×200 in size, so its price is € 227, but there are different other sizes for reduced prices.

Published by in Rugs & Carpets, on June 19th, 2012


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