Inkarnation

Inkarntion is a modern design rug inspired by an ancient art of Calligraphy. It is an abstract interpretation of Japanese writing and its translation into purely visual art rather than means of communication.

 

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Product Details

  • hand knotted luxurious rug
  • fine quality of 100 knots per square inch
  • Bamboo silk

Artee Collection

Collection inspired by endless creativity of a human kind. By designing these pieces, we cherish artist’s perpetual need to create, engage and thrill. We applaud their restlessness to find new ways of expression and an ability to touch hearts and souls of so many.

Turnaround

12-24 weeks depending on site and complexity of design

Adjustments

Each of our rugs is individually crafted to order, therefore, it can be adapted to fit your requirements. Colours, materials, design and size can be altered resulting in an unlimited range of possibilities to create the perfect piece.

Design advice

Please get in touch with us for design advice. We are here, always happy to help to ensure the rug you purchase is the rug you will love.

Additional information

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