Inidia Mahdavi has an exceptionally interesting technique when it comes to combining color and it is shown in her latest textured rug collection. The interior designer embraces the special dimensions and properties before she decides on a color palette. Mahdavi shares that when she was working on ‘The Gallery at Sketch,’ she chose pink because it was a delicate contrast to the "provocative and whimsical art of David Shrigley." Since then, The Gallery at Sketch has been a beloved reference for the interior design community, which marvels at the millennial aesthetic and the color narrative that came intuitively to India Mahdavi.
The new textured rug collection by the designer is informed by geometric patterns, raised textural motifs and interesting nuance combinations that will most certainly become ubiquitous within interior design.
Photo Credits: Manufacture Cogolin, Claire Israel
Unconventionally Colored Textured Rugs
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