20ft-Long Persian Bakshaish Carpet Defines Dining Area in High Mountains Cabin
FEATURED IN OUR NEW BROCHURE, Vol. 29, No. 1. With its open floor plan, the living area, kitchen and dining area of this voluminous family compound in the Northern Rockies are effectively one massive space. Its owners strategically selected this 10’ x 20’ Persian village rug from the 19th century to play the central role of defining the dining room. The rug’s abstracted botanical design and amaranth red field are the perfect enhancement of this grand family space with its plethora of rough hewn wood surfaces and exposed beams. The rug’s radiant sapphire blue border is echoed by aqua blue leather on the chair seats and backs and its ample use of rich browns further integrates it into this entirely memorable space.