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Presenting Normann Copenhagen’s Multi-Coloured Confetti RugWednesday 12 April 2017
Danish design company, Normann Copenhagen was founded in 1999 by Jan Andersen and Poul Madsen with the purpose of providing original, contemporary and timeless pieces as well as questioning the conventional thinking and turn simple things into aspirational masterpieces. Today’s article is focused on the brand’s striking and multi-coloured Confetti Rug which was displayed at the esteemed furniture fair, Salone del Mobile.
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This marvellous product is highlighted by a whimsical and colourful pattern that shimmers like cascades of confetti and woven in the softest bamboo silk. The Confetti rug belongs to an exclusive range of rugs designed by Simon Legald.
To achieve this multi-coloured look, the designer drew inspiration from furniture textiles that tightened together coloured threads and woven, thus providing a unique touch to the piece.
Overall, this mottled and vivacious rug consists of four different tones of colour that are bound to give a contemporary and harmonious ambience to any setting – “The woven colour combinations melt together in harmony when the rug is seen from a distance, with its appearance constantly transforming in line with the light and perspective. This fine interplay of colours is heightened by the bamboo silk’s shimmering surface.”
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Lastly, the Confetti rug is available in two different sizes and can be combined with five colours. This piece should be seen as a glamorous and smooth centrepiece that concedes a welcoming nature to a setting.
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Source: Normann Copenhagen