Contemporary rug COBBLESTONE B
geometricTencel®rectangular

contemporary rug
contemporary rug
contemporary rug
contemporary rug
contemporary rug
contemporary rug
contemporary rug
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Characteristics

Style
contemporary
Motif
geometric
Material...
Tencel®
Shape
rectangular, round, oval
Fabrication
hand-tufted
Origin
Indian
Designer
by Deanna Comellini
Options
custom, customizable, non-slip
Width

Min.: 190 cm (75 in)

Max.: 260 cm (102 in)

220 cm (87 in)

Length

Min.: 200 cm (79 in)

Max.: 350 cm (138 in)

260 cm (102 in)

Description

A line of rugs inspired by the paving of historical Italian city centers A collection of contemporary and sustainable rugs that gives tribute to Italian cities and piazza, Cobblestone features a pattern inspired by the intricate beauty of the historic city centers cobblestone paving, replicated on the rug with blocks of different hues. The modern rugs’ elegant geometric motifs are in light blues, grays, pink and beige colors spaced out by contrasting shades such as a bright yellow and a deep red that lend a chromatic depth to the rug. Made in soft Tencel, one of the most eco-compatible fibers currently available on the market, Cobblestone keeps its shine and captures the light creating a different environment depending on how the rug is positioned in space. A progression of Deanna Comellini’s research in organic and unconventional shapes in rug design, Cobblestone is available in rectangular and circular shapes, along with the Native formats, a series of rugs with an irregular and fluid silhouette between a circle and a square, or an oval and a rectangle. An enriched palette of fifteen shades offers the option to customize this contemporary rug through infinite color combinations.

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