Don’t let November rain fool you: 2019 is almost here, and we have to prepare ourselves for the new year. One way to do so is by rearranging your interior design. You can start with you floor: we bring you the most astonishing modern rugs to walk into the new year in the cosiest way.
The extinct Colombian culture of the 9th and 10th century, next to river Cauca was the inspiration for this modern rug. Their extreme talent and tradition for artworks is transferred to the CAUCA Rug in its geometric pattern on the black and white tencel. It’s the perfect example of sophistication and modernity embody in a piece.
Gobi, is the largest and driest desert in Asia. It’s located both in Mongolia and China. The GOBI hand-tufted tencel rug epitomizes the conditions felt in this desert due to its dark grey and sandy tones, with irregular shapes. It’s the right rug for both living and dining rooms.
The southern Angola tribe named Himba lives in a land isolated by deserts and mountains. They are also distinguished for the garments and very traditional culture. They are also famous for their women painted with ochre and long tresses wrapped in red clay. Due to their resilience and strenght to survive in hard conditions, they inspired BRABBU to create the HIMBA Rug. HIMBA is a strong, powerful, red coloured rug made from hand-knotted thin wool, able to bring a piece of Africa into your home.
The German Enz River in the northern Black Forest has some of the most staggering landscapes for those that love nature. The ENZ rug is made in hand-tufted tencel and got its inspiration from the richness of the Black Forest. It can be customized in any size, colour and shape so it can fit your place in the way you want it to.
In the banks of the Omo river in Southern Ethiopia we can find the small tribe Kara. They are very unique: they paint their bodies in order to prepare themselves for ceremonies. In doing so, they use chalk with yellow rock, red iron ore and charcoal. They are also famous for the colourful layers of round necklaces covering all their neck and chest. The KARA rug represents these overlapping threads with many beads and features a round pattern made out of hand-tufted tencel that will bring this magnificent culture into your place.
In the northwest of Kenya, we can find the Turkana tribe. Their expertise in war tactics, weapons and military organization made possible for them to expand southwards. The TURKANA rug is made of hand-tufted wool and its colors mirror de landscape areas of this region of Africa.
The Yupik are a group of indigenous people from Alaska. Every year, the families used to spend spring and summer at fishing camps and then joined with others at the village so they could spend the winter together. They used to travel in order to search for food, which made them tougher and resistant to cold weather. These characteristics are represented in the YUPIK Rug. This hand-tufted dyed wool rug has a pattern that homages the routes the YUPIK made for all those years.
Trees have always been a symbol of veneration to many people and religions. The fact that their roots are in the ground and their trunk and branches extend towards the sky, it’s as if the underworld and the Earth were somehow connected to Heaven. The BYSCAINE Rug is a hand-knotted natural wool rug that will bring nature close to your home.
Located in Scandinavia, the Baltic sea has many water types and blue shades. The BALTIC rug embodies the true essence of this sea due to its blue colour gradient. It’s made of hand-tufted dyed wool. It’s colors and shapes bring an harmony to your place that expresses the strengh of the sea and the beauty of the color blue.
In the border of southern Guyana and northern Brazil, we can find a population named Macushi. When it comes to marriage, the Macushi couple lives in the wife’s village and the father-in-law is very important in Macushi kinship. They have strong family bonds and religious beliefs that are depicted in the MACUSHI wool rug. The delicate flower patterns and sand hues will be perfect to decorate any modern home decor.
Kaiwá is the language spoken by the Guarani-Kaiowás. This indigenous population of Brazil live in the tropical rainforest areas and due to the weather conditions, they are considered some of the most resilient people in the world. BRABBU was inspired by their story and as a tribute created the KAIWÁ wool rug.
In the south-central Andes and coastal area of modern-day Peru, the Wari civilization was one of the most significant when it comes to architecture, road networks and terrace fields. They were so developed that they served as an inspiration for the Inca structures. They also inspired us in creating the WARI Rug, a rug that would look dazzling in your home décor, by bringing the south american spirit.