2018 Design Trends – 12 Contemporary Rugs to Use In Home Interiors ⇒ Contemporary Rugs are a perfect addition to one’s home interiors, as they add a touch of charm and sophistication. A rug is an extremely important piece to have in a room and one has many options to choose from seeing that they are produced in a wide variety of styles, patterns, textures, materials and designs, so basically, there are unlimited ways in which you can incorporate a rug into your home. However, one thing is certain, rugs will help you define the theme and colour palette of a division. Now, contemplate a selection of twelve contemporary rugs that are rather trendy and aesthetically pleasing, and would be the perfect addition to your home in 2018.
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The Miró Rug is a fierce creation that goes beyond design limits and expresses a sense of surrealism through black lines that match perfectly with the blue tones.
The geometric pattern on the black & white tencel rug recalls the sharp artwork of the Cauca culture and aims to bring strength to any living room. CAUCA rug by BRABBU is the best finishing for your home decor. This beautiful rug can be seen in the living room of the stunning Covet London show flat, located in the heart of Chelsea.
The Mursi hand-tufted Tencel rug combines body painting motifs and animal’s footprints in abstract patterns. This marvellous design is bound to be an earth-to-earth acquisition for your home.
Anderson by Essential Home is a contemporary low pile rug produced in an over-tufted technique. This round rug has a wavy and abstract pattern, available in many pasty colour schemes, based on Wes Anderson palettes. This accent rug will fill your room with style.
The Coll Rug by Rug’Society was inspired by the basic and primary illustrative forms of MARIMEKKO. It is particularly noted for its brightly coloured printed fabrics and simple styles.
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Polanski by Essential Home is a felted wool rug produced in the traditional Portuguese technique called “beiriz”. This rug features a constructivist style of clean red lines on a white flat background, producing an abstract visual grammar with remarkable traces of chaos, disorder and psychological terror, just like Polanski’s films.
The Kara rug from Brabbu was influenced on the Ethiopian small tribe of the same name. It displays a round spreaded pattern made out of hand-tufted Tencel.
Sober, distinctive, captivating and unique are the best words to defined the Sistine Rug by Boca do Lobo which is inspired by the paintings on the chapel. This design serves as a tribute to the art of Michelangelo, reinterpreted according to the cosmopolitan and vibrant lifestyle of nowadays.
While the Rebhun Rug features an intense shade of orange as its primary colour, it also highlights a charming mix of colours that evoke a sense of strength, power and sophistication, all balanced with accents of gold and black.
Inspired by the southern Angolan tribe, the Himba rug by BRABBU is characterized by a strong and powerful red colour and is made from hand-knotted thin wool.
The Burton Rug by Essential Home has a hexagonal shape with a pleasingly simple geometric pattern. Made out of thin wool, this stunning rug is entirely trimmed by hand in a low relief technique. When incorporated into a space, it adds depth due to its intricate composition that allows for an optical illusion.
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