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NEW HOME RESOLUTION: LET BRABBU RUGS TRANSFORM YOUR SPACE
Rugs pieces by BRABBU that will Inspire a room makeover.
The Baltic Sea, located in Scandinavia, has several water types and different blue shades that compose it. BALTIC rug really embodies the essence of the Baltic Sea, having a blue colour gradient. This versatile design rug is a harmonious piece that simultaneously transmits the strength of the sea and the softness of the blue colour. BALTIC Rug will bring nature andfierceness to your home décor.
The Sami are indigenous people who inhabited the Arctic area of Sápmi. The traditional Sami livelihood included coastal fishing, fur trapping, sheep herding and, what they knew best, the semi-nomadic reindeer herding. This is the basis for the creation of the SAMI rug: the unique lifestyle of strength and resilience in the cold snow, brought by the clear spotted and textured patterns in hand-knotted thin wool.
The Yupik are a group of indigenous people Alaska. Traditionally, the families spent spring and summer time at fishing camps, and then joined with others at village sites for the winter. The travel to search for food and the resistance to cold weather of this people are represented on the YUPIK hand-tufted dyed wool rug, like the routes that they have taken for all these years.
Trees have been venerated since immemorial times: they have their roots in the ground and their trunk and branches extended towards the sky. This concept is found in many of the world's religions as the tree that links the underworld and the Earth and holds up the Heavens.
INUK is the individual name for the Inuit people, a group of cultural similarities to indigenous people inhabiting the Arctic regions of Greenland. The INUK rug, hand-tufted tencel, reflects their lifestyle and the clothing that protects them: the motifs resembling a beautiful brown, black and white cover that make you travel to the coldest places on Earth and still feel warm and comfortable.
Cuzco, currently a city in Peru, was formerly the historic capital of the Inca Empire. CUZCO rectangular rug was inspired by the motifs used in the Inca textiles, known by the combination of different geometric patterns. CUZCO rug is made in hand tufted dyed wool and depicts a simplification of these patterns into different stripes of geometric shapes and lines, resulting in a sober but rhythmic composition.
Gobi, is known for its hardest arid conditions and is the largest and driest desert on Asia, bounded by Mongolian and Chinese mountain to all sides. GOBI hand-tufted tencel rug depicts the extreme and opposite conditions that occur in this desert through its dark grey and sandy tones, applied in irregular but incisive shapes. GOBI rug fits well in a sober but strong ambience of a living room or a dining room.
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