Tabrz Rugs Color your WorldDo Colors play a crucial element in interior design and the direction you go with your rug selection?
Your choice of rug will be influenced by style, size, color and very importantly whether you are buying a Tabriz Persian rug for purely decorative reasons or for a functional purpose in your environment and therefore have your rug stand up to the wear and tear of traffic.
As in any Oriental rug the color is a part of the essential quality of the Tabriz rugs that you choose to buy! The colors in a rug are as important as the colors in other art forms such as paintings and the beauty and appeal of the rug depends on it.
Tabriz is a small bustling city in the northwest of Persia that was a major centre for art and learning during the fifteenth century. With itís proximity and exposure to Europe, Tabriz weavers have become familiar with the majority of Persiaís rugs including designs and colors.
Varying from pastels to deep rich shades, the coloring of Tabriz rugs typically feature cream backgrounds and egg blue medallion designs with reds being terra-cotta or rust and the greens appearing pistachio or forest.
Color and itís impact upon the human psyche and our environment has played a major role through time and across many different cultures with the symbolism of colors sometimes varying from culture to culture. For example white in many cultures represents purity and peace however in the Orient in countries such as China white is the color of mourning. Blue is often considered the color of heaven and the night sky and symbolizes meditation and spirituality. Red is energetic, vibrant and powerful and represents passion, creativity and growth in many cultures. Green represents paradise that is abundant with flowering trees and plants and the faithful spring that always returns. Green is also recognition and attainment.
The colors of your rug can make a statement in your environment and add a dimension of beauty that can be captured whether mixing an antique rug with contemporary furniture or mixing a modern rug with antique furniture. The beauty of these rugs also lies in their timeless appeal and versatility in any environment.
When introducing and mixing more than one rug into your environment color and tone are important, as is the pile. Lay the two rugs side by side during daylight hours, step back from the rugs to look at them and then half close your eyes to examine the color and tonal balance of the two rugs.
If you are looking for a change in the interior design of your home or office the choice of colors in the design of the Tabriz Rugs can complement and transform the mood of a room giving you and your environment a new lease on life.