Get a Sandy Look of Your Living Room With This Wavy Rug

Walking on the beach barefoot is a great sensation as it makes you relax and feel fine and gives you energy to start a new day or another period of hard work. That is why there are so many people walking on the beach either in the morning or in the evening when the sun is not up and burning the skin. Some other people claim this action is beneficial because this is just another form of reflexo-therapy, meaning the sand is giving your feet a relaxing massage. I don’t know if it is true, but I do like this. Apparently many other people do, so the designer of German origins called Michaela Schleypen  designed this interesting Beach Rug that can help you Get a Sandy Look of Your Living Room With This Wavy Rug.

The Beach Rug was made in 2006 with the hope of replacing the real beach in your home, so if you ever get nostalgic and miss the beach, but can’t find the time to get there, just take off your shoes and walk on this rug. It is beautiful and even coloured in different shades, just like the sand is light yellow or even brownish. The rugs are hand made and the manufacturers use a special technique or carving the carpet material ( New Zealand wool)  so as to obtain the nice visual effect of sand dunes. This rug is inspired from nature and can be purchased for $3,920.

Published by in Rugs & Carpets, on September 8th, 2012


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