4507 Moroccan Taznakht 4' x 5'6"
Beautiful and Impressive Vintage Mid Century Colorful Moroccan Rug 4507, Country of Origin: Morocco, Circa Date: Mid 20th Century – This colorful piece looks like a midcentury abstract painting, but it was created in the mid-20th century by the Berber tribes who live near the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. This piece could easily be the work of Pablo Picasso or Paul Klee, but it is the work of an unknown weaver living out a nomadic life, much in the same way as her ancestors have done for centuries.
This is a beautiful piece for a midcentury modern collection because of its unique origins and original design. Contemporary designers are using colorful rugs to add color to the floors. Color is no longer only for walls, but it is distributed throughout the space using rugs and accessories. This technique creates a more balanced look and softens the room to create a more relaxed feel.
This pattern of this vintage rug is as fascinating as its color palette. It is in line with contemporary color trends that include golden yellows, Millennial pink, purple,greens, blues, and earthy browns. This rug allows you to pull together colors to create a unique palette that adds playfulness to the design.
The design of the rug seems to arise slowly from an array of unorganized chaos at the bottom of the rug. Slowly, the pattern begins to emerge, first as primitive stripes, but it occasionally drifts back to its origins. This repetition creates a rhythm that allows the pattern to become increasingly more complex, and it begins to develop a sense of order as it progresses towards the top. At the top of the rug, the design becomes so light that it seems to float off into space.
This rug is like an abstract expressionist piece of art, but we will never know the name of the artist or the intent of the creation. This is a fascinating piece and an essential piece of midcentury artwork for your floor. It showcases the diversity of design and imagination of people who seem to have blended the ancient traditions with the modern world to create a piece that is expressive and contemporary.