May 13, 2009


Oriental-inspired creations are always warmly welcomed by design lovers. There is something about their simplicity that enables us to identify ourselves with a lifestyle of no excesses and a constant pursue of a broader clarity of thinking.

That is the soul of the Furoshiki rug. Its unusual, symmetric shape adds an impression of motion, along with an eye-pleasing, three-colour pattern which initially seems random, but is actually a well-constructed puzzle worthy of oriental logic. Its name remounts to the popular Japanese technique of gift-wrapping, which transforms most everyday items into smart-looking presents right from the outside. True to its name then, the Furoshiki rug aims to bring personality where it is needed, whenever the gift that is your home needs that little extra.

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