If you are fortunate to have a blank slate in your room, why not start with the rug, and build the decor around it? This is a great way to start with a bold color, such as orange, yellow, or red and then bring in pops of color in home decor accessories around the room. Consider using neutrals on the walls in whites, beiges, grays, or coffee tans to make the dominant color sing throughout your space. The wonderful point about starting with the floor is it gives you a chance to build a home piece by piece, rather than getting overwhelmed with the rug, furniture, walls, and window treatments all at once!
Jan Kath Contemporary Rug Art is at the forefront of modern carpet design. His work links age-old carpet tradition with the 21st century and combines excellent craftsmanship and top quality hand processed materials including the best Tibetan Highland wool, silk, nettle & hemp fibres, with the visual impact of his designs.
Global Warming contrasts the comfort and softness of a rug with a thorny problem that is specific to our time. Following the age-old tradition of using rugs as a means for communication and a cultural record, NEL is portraying global warming in a scene that invites us to reflect on our impact on today’s world.