Having a colorful rug to spice up a room is one thing, but the Siren Elise Wilhelmsen Season Carpet brings a unique look to the room each day dependent on the temperature.
The rug is sensitive to heat and is constructed from three different colors of wool that vary in shade when the heat in a room rises or drops. Each color of wool is woven into the other in a cross-stitched, geometric pattern that makes for a neat home decor piece even if the hues never change.
The Norwegian designer calls the rug a 'soft thermometer' as it can give the owner a sense of change in the climate. The only downside may be that those who are obsessed with matching would be required to change their furniture around to match the rug every time the weather shifted.
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