Hollywood Meets Tapestry With Three Elegant Rugs by Essential Home
The wonderful cross between Hollywood and Tapestry can be observed in three elegant rugs of the opulent tapestry collection offered by Essential Home.
As you know, the award season in the movie industry it’s upon us, so why not celebrate the best of cinema with some movie-themed elegant rugs for your house floor provided by Portuguese luxury brand Essential Home.
Inspired in the projects of Hollywood legend and Academy Award winner Steven Spielberg, we have the Spielberg rug. This is an ombre rug that features a luxurious light to dark shade, creating a blue gradient effect to revive your living room. Made out of 100% tencel and completely hand-tufted, this modern rug has a versatile and visual appeal, due to its soft and subtle coat of paint.Just like the director of classics like “Jaws” or “E.T”, the Spielberg rug is a one of a kind.
Quirky and funny, just like illustrious film director Woody Allen, this handmade Allen rug has a cut and loop construction, produced in a synthetic fiber called tencel. It features a bold color blending, using blues, reds and a sandy pastel background. The bright vivid colors mixed with the abstract line pattern produce an amazing rich indoor rug. You’ll love this piece the same way you love Woody Allen’s famous comedies, like “Annie Hall” or “Vicky Christina Barcelona”.
We all know Quentin Tarantino, the iconic director of cult classics like “Pulp Fiction” or “Inglourious Bastards”, so it’s easy for us to understand the design concept behind this Tarantino rug. This is a rectangular rug with a contemporary styling, featuring a dazzling geometric look as a new trend in patterned rugs. Produced in tencel and finished in a tufted cut loop technique, it is made by hand by Portuguese artisans. You’ll love to find out that this rug its fire retardant, so you can use it in front of your fireplace without harming. This important feature also works as an ironic reference to Tarantino work, because we all know Tarantino likes to add some great fire scenes to his movies, like for instance, the great movie theater fire at the end of “Inglourious Bastards”.