Wild Rose is inspired by the works of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, the Scottish architect/designer/artist who gained international notice in the early 20th century for his unlikely union of forms that bridged the worlds of Art Nouveau and Modernism. His work, which included private residences, public buildings, furnishings, and interiors, was often characterized by the blending together of square patterns with long sweeping arches
and fanciful curves. He created both order and complexity through the richness of this motif, often setting up relationships among the squares in a piece while highlighting the sensuous lines and spaces in between. Handknotted by Nepalese weavers using wool from Himalayan Highland sheep, this carpet will last many lifetimes to be enjoyed by generations to come.
Custom sizes available
including squares, rounds and runners