The modern style is the design and décor with an emphasis on simplicity and function and focuses on the design elements from 1900 to 1950; mid-century modern (typically 1950s and 60s) is very similar to the modern look with splashes of bright color added.
Modern-styled areas favor a simple, uncluttered space with smooth, clean lines and artistic flair. You have a comfortable and calming feeling in a room that is very inviting.
The décor pieces are functional, lack of fussiness, with a color palette of warm, natural tones. Natural materials, exposed wood beams, and natural fibers, along with reflective surfaces such as glass, steel, or chrome, often define the modern style.
The Lawrence of La Brea Modern Collection offers you modern area rugs you can embrace with strong geometric patterns, light-colored hues, and vibrant bursts of color for an eye-popping visual impact.
Hand loomed area rugs are made on a loom with anywhere from one or more people depending on the size of the rug. As opposed to a hand knotted rug with could take anywhere from six to twelve months to finish, a hand loomed rug will only take one to three days to finish, making them a great option at a more attractive price point.
There are several ways to spot the differences between a hand loomed area rug versus the other types of rugs they try to emulate. With today’s new manufacturing techniques, it is becoming increasingly more difficult to discern the differences between the method the area rug was made. Our staff here at Lawrence of La Brea would be more than happy to assist you with any questions you may have and how to become an expert at spotting the differences!
The mention of wool may no longer surprise you as this material is vastly known for its durability and quality. It has long been the norm that materials sourced from Mother Nature are inevitably some of the finest ones in the world.
Rugs made of wool come at a hefty price only because they last the longest, despite being a soft haven even when barefoot. Even more so if the wool is sourced from highlands where a sheep’s wool is thicker and would be more resistant to dirt, dust, and water.
Natural materials are always the superior quality in comparison to synthetic ones. The material of the base should be wool, silk, or cotton for better quality. Wool rugs should be completely matte in comparison to a shiny silk rug. Natural materials also have an effect of the air quality of the air in the room that it is placed in.