Why a Handmade Rug?

Posted on July 28th, 2015 by Joshua Kebabian

Why a Handmade Rug?

     Daun Curry, founder of Modern Declaration in 2009 and touted by Vogue as one of today’s hottest interior designers, sees machine-made carpets as “processed food” while she finds handmade rugs without question superior, art… “their palpable human touch generates an energy absent in their machine-made alternative.”

#37561   Fine Tibetan  "Terrace"  9 x 11.2    Nepal

#37561 Fine Tibetan “Terrace” 9 x 11.2 Nepal

     Decorative carpets incarnate her passion for esthetics, texture and sustainable materials.  “I respond to their beauty, the work that goes into them, and the materials used to weave them.  Kebabian’s enthusiastically concurs with Daun Curry. The fresh, satiny, wool and silk “Terrace” Tibetan fabulously meets Daun Curry’s criteria. “The soft color palette creates a calming and soothing atmosphere, while the artist’s  “uncontrolled” use of creamy silk throughout the piece brings spontaneity.”



     As in all beautiful Oriental carpets, the “Terrace” Tibetan creates a distinct location for rest, productive work and casual or critical conversations.

“Stand with me upon the terrace,

for it may be the last quiet talk that we shall ever have.”

Sherlock Holmes    

       This exquisite Kebabian carpet has landed in a fabulous fashion, creating a memorable and poignant atmosphere. 

See more at:  http://www.kebabians.ferociousmediaweb.com/evolved-serapi-terrace-tibetan/
AREA:  The Official Publication of the Oriental Rug Importer’s AssociationDesign Focus, “Handmade Rugs Are a Unique Artform” by  Alix G. Perrachon


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