The summer is around the corner, quickly emerging in the form of gorgeous green rugs of various styles, at Doris Leslie Blau. Visit the gallery on the seventh floor of the Interior Arts Building for fresh inspiration for your interior design project. Alternatively, our comprehensive website is at your disposal. Three thousand rugs of various time periods and styles are listed on DorisLeslieBlau.com in a user-friendly format. Additionally, our Instagram page offers styling suggestions inspired by the creations of top interior designers in the United States and abroad.
Green is the color of life. It’s associated with growth, and it also symbolizes nature and tranquility. It’s being used in interior decor because it communicates positive psychological properties such as peace, balance, and harmony.
But what does green your home mean? Going green is synonymous with recycling. Collecting art and antiques is probably one of the earliest forms of recycling.
The wide range of designs, in either bold or subdued palettes, and the skilled color combinations of antique rugs confer them a certain versability that allows for their placement in even the most modern interiors. Antique and vintage rugs convey a type of sophistication much desired by interior designers and collectors alike.
Whether the space is modern, understated, or industrial an antique rug contributes color and character to it. An antique rug in a carefully curated interior can perfectly tie together even the most modern pieces of art and room décor in a contemporary interior.