Let’s be honest; not everything is always black and white. If you found your perfect antique rug to create that heavenly ambiance you’ve always wanted, or today’s more modern rug that provides the visual inspiration and focal point you were looking for, that is fantastic! But not everyone, or every rug, is one or the other.
Transitional rugs are often ornate and have intricate details woven into the fabric; modern rugs embrace strong geometric patterns with light-colored hues and vibrant bursts of color for an eye-popping visual impact; transitional rugs blend both traditional and modern or contemporary styles together.
Lawrence of La Brea’s Transitional Collection combines elements from both traditional and modern or contemporary styles. Transitional rugs offer the best of both worlds. You can feature an area rug that has character with a decorative pattern similar to an antique rug but with the splash of bright, bold colors that you would find in a modern rug.
Freedom. That’s what the Lawrence of La Brea Transitional Collection offers. The freedom for you to choose the perfect rug that speaks to you; the choice to adda stylish, trendy, versatile rug to any décor.
Handwoven area rugs are often referred to as a flatweave rug. While it is made still made by hand such as the several other type of area rugs made by different handmade techniques, handwoven area rug’s fibers are woven like a basket, not only allowing the rug to lay flat, but it is also reversible.
You will find a vast selection of handwoven area rugs here at Lawrence of La Brea. From modern and contemporary styles, fabrics with blends of natural and synthetic fibers, we are confident you will find the perfect handwoven area rug to realize your vision.
Handwoven rugs are known for their durability and ease of care and cleaning since they do not have a backing, as many other rugs to. Also, since hand-woven area rugs have knots ties around the threads, they ultimately will have fringe tassels.
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.