Harmonious Color and Striking Patterning of Individually Imagined Bakshaish Carpets Effortlessly Enhance Prairie School Architecture

Wright, Elmslie and Purcell are among the many acclaimed early 20th-century American architects who interwove carpets as a central element in their homes. This magnificent oceanside abode amplifies this acclaimed heritage via the inclusion of one-in-the-world Connoisseur Caliber Bakshaish carpets from the late 19th-century—artworks that have likewise stood the test of time. Time-softened patina, creative allover blossom and Tree of Life imagery and an unerring eye for color make these folk art weavings the fascinating focal point in a home intelligently crafted for comfortable, casual living.

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