Blur Green Rug
Blur is based on a repeated geometric sequence, the hallmark of the Bouroullec brothers. Lightweight and durable, this indoor kilim rug traces green and black lines on an off-white background, characteristic of Afghan wool.
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Due to the irregularity of the hand-spun Afghan wool yarn, during the dyeing process, the yarn can take on different shades of color.
Fiber: 100% Afgan wool
Total height: 4 mm
Technique: Hand loomed
Density: 156.000 yarns/m2
100% Afghan Wool
Afghan wool comes from sheep grazing high in the mountains of Afghanistan. Naturally wavy, it is a very resistant material with a rough touch. Due to the curl of the wool and the irregularity in the yarn, when weaving it, it achieves an aged and unique appearance.
Manual weaving on a vertical or horizontal loom that plays with the intersection between weft and warp.
It is characterized by being thin, hairless and with geometric motifs. High-density rugs, durable and resistant, even in the case of very light rugs.
The sequence of geometric shapes and repetition are definitive hallmarks of the Bouroullec brothers.
Their mastery, meticulousness, and tireless ability to always go a step further, has led them to work on Blur, a collection that offers two different readings. When viewing the rug from afar, an indefinite, unfocused surface is apparent, that gives its name to the collection. Nevertheless, upon approaching the rug, lines and rhythmic rhombuses in different proportions are revealed, in the purest kinetic style.This blurred effect has been achieved by inverting the sense in which the kilims are traditionally woven, which makes the process much more laborious. This change in weaving causes the lines to be blurred, mixing two colours unevenly, creating an aged rug, reminiscent of the past.
We help you choose the rug size that best suits your space
Choosing a rug is an important decision. This will order and give personality to the room.
You have to take into account what other objects it will coexist with so that it is fully integrated and provides warmth and comfort to the space.
To help you, we have prepared a measurement guide to make it easier to achieve the desired finish.