Color, color, and more color are at the core of interior design in 2018. In a world saturated with choices and ever-changing trends, design addicts are embracing the timeless elegance of antique oriental rugs Miami. It was very clear that the year would be full of strong and saturated shades when ultraviolet was announced as the color of the year for 2018.
Many designers are moving in the direction using decorative design to create an organic feel. It has become quite inconceivable to not be eco-conscious in the 21st century; we have to be mindful of pollution and anything that harms our planet, even when trying to keep up with fads and trends. Hand–knotted of the finest organic materials and safe for the natural environment, oriental rugs fall right in line with this mindset.
Colors, patterns, and textures are being used to create a positive energy and bring happiness to any interior in 2018. What better way to incorporate colors, patterns, texture, and design than with oriental rugs. Their bold floral prints are a central focus of traditional oriental rug art.
The versatility and options for using oriental rugs in Miami are endless. One hot trend involves placing the rugs on concrete and seeing the dramatic transformation that takes place against the harsh concrete. The result creates a sharp modern arrangement.
The use of oriental rugs is not limited to open living areas. They are being used in bedrooms to provide enhanced modernity and can easily be used on floors and walls. In fact, many people are using oriental rugs to create focal points in rooms by handing them on the wall. Some are even suspending them from the ceiling. Contemporary bedrooms don’t have to lose a feeling of homeliness and comfort thanks to the availability of numerous soft and durable rugs that elevate the room’s appearance. You can place the rugs anywhere you want, and you can rest assured they are in available in patterns that complement your existing decor.
While most people are seeking quick satisfaction and simplicity, oriental rugs are the complete opposite of that. Every antique rug has its own story to tell, and in 2018 they are being used and displayed very similar in the way wall art might be used. People pay attention to the history and story of their furniture more than they ever have before, and 2018 is the year that rugs will tell stories from the humblest homes to the grandest palaces.