Rugs are often chosen as a floor covering based on how they look and feel. They are an important part of our luxury home decor, especially in homes with a large percentage of hard flooring, providing a touch of warmth and coziness to the room. Tapestry also help to define separate spaces within a large room and come in a variety of shapes, which includes, but is not limited to, rectangles, squares, and circular shapes. Take a look at these Show-Stopping Rugs for Modern Interiors!

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This enchanting rug created by Boca do Lobo was inspired by the Roman carytical and the duomo’s oculus. It gives way to a flood of light, as abundant and magnificent that makes you feel alive. This freedom is the feeling Carytical Rug transmits; an authentic art piece in your house, that you can place in classical rooms, but also in the most contemporary and bold ones.

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The paintings on the Sistine Chapel are an undeniable reference for art connoisseurs. Their sober, distinctive, captivating character, distinguish them from all other art works on architectural landmarks worldwide. A tribute to Michael Angelo and his works of art, the Sistine Rug , reinterprets his aesthetic and style according to the cosmopolitan and vibrant lifestyle of the twenty-first century.

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Jean-Louis-Deniot-Home-05In the dining area of Jean-Louis Deniot’s Paris apartment, the gray and black speckled tapestry is custom made.

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In a living room of a home designed by Nate Berkus and Anne Coyle, the cowhide tapestry are from Anne Coyle Interiors.

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In a Chicago apartment decorated by Nate Berkus, the striped tapestry is by Madeline Weinrib.

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In the living room of designer Robert Stilin’s East Hampton house, the Art Deco tapestry is from F.J. Halimian.

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In the living room of Lisa Pomerantz and Jonathan Copplestone’s Manhattan apartment, the Berber tapestry is vintage.

Which one is your favorite rug? Please tell us your opinion about these Show-Stopping Rugs for Modern Interiors on comments below.
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