• Sultanabad and Caucasian Antique Rugs in Modern San Francisco Livingroom
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  • San Francisco Condo Modern Urban Dining room with Caucasian Lesghi Antique Rug
  • Antique Persian Carpets in San Francsico Contemporary Kitchen Antique Caucasian Rug Runner
  • Collectable Caucasian Tribal Antique Rugs In Contemporary San Francisco Condo Hallway
  • Antique Persian Rugs in San Francisco Contemporary Condo Hallway Talish Antique-Rug on wall
  • Serapi Persian Carpet and Caucasian Antique Rugs in Contemporary San Francisco Condo living room
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  • San Francisco Contemporary Condo with Persian carpets Master Bedroom with green Sultanabad Antique Rug
  • San Francisco contemporary condo with rare green sultanabad antique rug in Master Bedroom

Collector’s Contemporary Home Is Perfectly Enhanced By Antique Serapi Carpet on Floor and High-Collectible Caucasian Rug Adorning The Wall

See our antique Serapi carpets now available.

 

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Antique Persian and tribal carpets have a most engaging interplay with contemporary design.  When juxtaposed with the clean lines, neutral finishes and floor-to-ceiling glass windows of modern architecture, the human scale and deeply personal character of antique rugs is on full display.  The individuality of their artistry becomes intensified and unavoidable: without distraction or clutter, the viewer encounters their archetypal forms directly and intimately.  Dynamic effects of saturated color and compositional massing are left to emerge and exert a palpable magnetism, such as in the mid-19th century Caucasian Khila Baku hanging so comfortably alongside modern art while the antique Serapi carpet graces the floor.  The outcome is a perfect pairing: like a museum gallery, the individual aesthetic nuances of antique rugs are highlighted, yet the clarity of the architect’s own aesthetic and spatial intentions also become more keenly appreciated.

 

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