In recent times, the production of Contemporary Modern Carpets have experienced a Renaissance of sorts. The quality of their weave, wool, and design have not been as good since the early decades of the twentieth century. One of the unforeseen benefits of this new trend has been the revival of a particular genre of modern rug production that may be distinguished from the rest – the Modern or Contemporary design rug.
The roots of modern and contemporary rug design vary considerably. Drawing inspiration came from leading abstract painters of that period like Picasso, Klee, and Piet Mondrian, whose work could readily be translated into the medium of woven carpets. Early Scandinavian trends also contributed to this trend. Much of their influence can be traced back to the Art Deco Carpets of Europe, America and China.
Combined with cutting edge innovations from contemporary architectural and interior design and painting, rug buyers have developed a taste for the clean, abstract, simplicity of Modern Interior Decor. With Contemporary Modern carpets, you will find a plethora of unique patterns mixed with simplicity, that will blend well within traditional elements to any room. You can rest easy with knowing you are able to purchase quality rugs and carpets in this style, without having to compete for the limited supply of Modernist Vintage pieces, which are rapidly becoming costly antiquities.