19th-Century Persian Laver Kirman Carpet Encourages Comfortable, Casual Atmosphere Within This Contemporary Home’s Inviting Family Room
Most commonly noted for their elegant contributions to formal, traditional interiors, the fluid lines and exquisite delicacy of 19th-century Persian Laver Kirman carpets can have an equally spectacular impact in contemporary decors. This potency is immediately apparent in the inviting family room of this newly constructed, LEED Platinum Certified home, where the energy of a virtuoso late 19th-century Laver Kirman carpet instantly establishes itself as a natural focal point around which the homeowner’s family and guests gather. The warm naturally dyed hues of mulberry, jade green, sand and sapphire blue draw in and capture the viewer’s attention, while simultaneously harmonizing with the natural woodwork and clean lined modern furniture in an effortless and unobtrusive way. This Persian City carpet’s generous dimensions and expansive, graceful medallion design comfortably envelop one in an atmosphere of elevated aesthetic appreciation. Read more about this home in LUXE. magazine.