The Reservoir Rug Transitions Fluidly from Wall to Floor

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Sep 20, 2013 • References: mrdeanbrown & mocoloco
A rug displayed on the wall is typically called a tapestry, but that's not what the Reservoir Rug is. This extraordinary floor covering seems to cascade from a vertical position to a horizontal one in a way that makes it unusually and beautifully sculptural.

Mr. Dean Brown's design brings an enchanting quality to carpet -- an interior fixture or accessory that rarely inspires observation or appreciation. He has placed three stepped ledges against the wall, covered them in lovely gradient-blue textiles and carried slender sections down in strips to resemble a multi-tiered waterfall. It seems to pool at the base in a broad semicircular mat.

The Fabrica Reservoir Rug asks the material to behave differently than usual, expressing some wonderful physical and aesthetic features that it rarely has the opportunity to do. Stats for Waterfall Bath Mats Trending: Older & Average
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