184 cm x 182 cm
Round, round Reflection, silver gray
|Place of origin|
|Diameter||184 cm (= 2.63 qm)|
|Material||Flor: wool and viscose|
Weft & Warp: cotton
|Coloring||silver gray, light blue|
Place of origin
The inspiration for this hand-knotted designer rug was reflections on the surface of water. Other associations are of course allowed and welcome. The result is a modern design that fits perfectly into contemporary interiors. The partially kaleidoscopic patterns make this rug a real eye-catcher, making every room more comfortable and cozy.
The round format of this hand-knotted Reflection is very rare and is ideal for rooms with a round dining or living room table.
The surface of this Reflection has a flecked effect. The color changes and light-dark shades of the pile yarn run across the length of the rug, making the colors shimmer and making the rug impervious to dirt. Because of these so-called color jumps Abrash the rug appears more lively. The flecking is the result of the wool of this Reflection being hand-spun. During dyeing, the natural dyes are absorbed differently.
The repeating elements in the center field of this Reflection rug have no specific center (so-called repeating pattern). The repeating pattern has a calming but not boring effect. Rugs with repeating patterns are also called patterned.
The clear, abstract design of this contemporary rug appeals especially to people who love simple, modern interior design and architecture. The design idea for this rug comes from Europe. Without being bound to the rules of traditional rug patterns, it was developed with western art and interior design style in mind. This is not a completely new innovation. The roots of European rug design can be traced back to Art Deco rugs, which were produced between the late twenties and fifties following Western specifications.
The background of this Reflection is silver gray.
The pile of this Reflection is made of a durable mixture of wool and viscose. Viscose also acetate silk or rayon is generally obtained from the natural product of cellulose, in other words from the raw material, wood. In India the cellulose mass is obtained from bamboo. In an elaborate process, the pulpy cellulose is pulled into a continuous textile yarn. This is why viscose is also referred to as the continuous filament yarn. Because of the silky sheen of the yarn, viscose obtained from bamboo is also called "Bamboo Silk". The colloquially used designation "artificial silk" is not permitted under the German Textile Labelling Act TKG. The weft and warp threads of this Reflection are made of cotton. This versatile material is tear-resistant and stretchable and, therefore, ideal for a durable backing fabric.