How Do You Like Your Carpet? A Café au Lait Coloured
Beige, ivory and cream to some people incite the desire for a warm cup of coffee while to others they mean quality furniture and comfort design. All the persons, who tend to believe that beige is labelled as the shade chosen when one cannot cherry-pick a specific colour, must notice how lovely this sandy fawn hue is when included in home décor styles. Indeed, beige is now a hot trend. It is elegant, stylish, fashionable, and minimalist.
Beige is delightful like the synonyms used for this colour, which sound nice and much alike their meaning. There are a lot of buyers that identify colours with objects. One may say: “I want a biscuit coloured sofa.” Meanwhile, someone else may be looking for a café au lait, kasha, camel or taupe carpet.
There are sundry words that stand for beige and so are countless types of rugs and carpets that include this colour and its creamy hues. Beige finds its way into traditional, transitional, and fashionable décor styles the same way it fits with traditional and contemporary rugs.
Oriental carpets are lauded to the sky when it comes to beauty, value, and durability. Handmade carpets and rugs produced in Iran, India, China, Pakistan, Nepal, Turkey, Afghanistan and many other countries in the Middle and the Far East never fail to fascinate western buyers that want an elegant piece of floor covering to walk on.
Another important thing that someone, who is looking for a rug coming from these countries musk know, is that a neutral coloured oriental rug is valuable and beyond compare. Most of the handmade oriental carpets are recognised for their strong shades or red and blue, while only a few types of light coloured carpets have been produced. Beige carpets are among them. The colour is obtained from nuts or tree bark.
Beige is combined with ivory, pale mushroom, champagne, white, camel, buff, and light grey or blue shades. The most famous Persian carpets that include these hues are Tabriz, Isfahan, Nain, Kerman, Kashan, Joshaghan, etc. Beige is used in other types of rugs for creating contrast or in the background.
No matter if they are woven by roaming nomads in rocky areas or by weavers in city workshops, handmade carpets produced with naturally dyed wool or silk are valuable antiques or antiques to be.