Instead of a photography faux pas, this 'Digit' pixelated carpet is a interior design tada! This fantastic walk-all-over conversation piece is the creation of Nanimarquina Designs.
It is a pretty crazy-looking wool carpet indeed. Everyone else will have their fancy Persian rugs, but not you--you will have a pixelated 8-bit wool rug, and you will look nerdalicious (but awesome) doing so. Seriously, the Digit pixelated carpet speaks for itself--see more shots of it above.
The 'Digit' Pixelated Carpet by Nanimarquina Designs is Interior Design Genius
1. Pixelated Decor - Creating pixelated designs in home decor offers disruptive innovation opportunities for interior designers and furniture manufacturers to tap into the nostalgia and appeal of retro gaming aesthetics.
2. Geek Chic - The rise in geek and nerd culture-inspired fashion and home decor presents disruptive innovation opportunities for designers and retailers to cater to the growing demand for unique and geeky products like the 8-bit rugs.
3. Conversation Piece Furniture - Designing furniture and home decor items that serve as conversation pieces allows for disruptive innovation in the interior design industry by offering individuals a way to express their unique personality and interests through their living spaces.
1. Interior Design - The use of pixelated designs in interior design presents disruptive innovation opportunities for designers to create unique and visually impactful spaces that appeal to a modern, tech-savvy audience.
2. Furniture Manufacturing - The incorporation of retro gaming aesthetics, like 8-bit designs, into furniture manufacturing allows for disruptive innovation by catering to the niche market of consumers seeking quirky and nostalgia-inducing home decor pieces.
3. Fashion Retail - Integrating geek and nerd culture-inspired designs into fashion and home decor items presents disruptive innovation opportunities for retailers to tap into the growing demand for unique, statement-making products that appeal to geek and pop culture enthusiasts.