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Art Deco Carpets: From Vintage Decadence to Modern Luxury

March 17, 2023

The FJ Hakimian collection includes an extraordinary number of Art Deco carpets, each an important piece of twentieth-century design history. As it was a period of reinvention and creativity, Art Deco designs are varied, the forms beautifully elegant. The style is seen today as the paragon of Modern luxury. read more

The Global Influence of Portugal

October 27, 2022

Portugal is currently having something of a moment in the world of interiors. The eclectic sensibility of the country’s broad design traditions seems to resonate with twenty-first-century tastemakers. There is something fresh and original about the art and design of a country with centuries of experience as a global influencer. read more

Purple Moods

June 06, 2022

Pantone has selected Very Peri, for its 2022 color of the year. According to Pantone, the color expresses “carefree confidence and a daring curiosity that animates our creative spirit, inquisitive and intriguing . . . helps us to embrace this altered landscape of possibilities, opening us up to a new vision as we rewrite our lives.” read more

Persian Carpets, Earthly and Celestial Gardens

February 18, 2022

Persian carpets are renowned for their rich beauty. The densely-decorated, flower-filled fields are an unmistakable hallmark of Persia’s extraordinary carpet tradition. The culture of Persia is one of the oldest in the world and its artistic patrimony is one of the most storied. FJ Hakimian has an extensive assortment of Persian carpets; each a manifestation of this venerable heritage. read more

The Beguiling Woven Language of Moroccan Carpets

October 28, 2021

Glamorous, earthy, mysterious, Moroccan carpets have been a favorite with interior designers since the early twentieth century. Perhaps it is the way that the exotic, geometrical designs simultaneously look ultra-modern and ancient, or how the luxurious wool and rich textures add warmth to an interior space. read more

Rare Refinement: the Swedish Grace Movement

September 03, 2021

Swedish Grace was an exquisite, early twentieth-century design movement, that remains largely unknown today. Prior to the more famous, minimalist Swedish designs that were to develop in the post-war period, Swedish Grace developed in parallel with the more famous Art Deco movement. read more

The Modern Masterpieces of Ingegerd Silow

July 02, 2021

Ingegerd Silow (1916-2005) was one of the most prolific and influential Swedish carpet designers of the midcentury. During her long career she designed an extraordinary number of carpets and rugs, mostly in the flatweave rölakan style. read more

Pantone's Colors of the Year: A Dichotomy in Design in a Post-Pandemic World

May 07, 2021

Perhaps the most important visual element of a rug is its colors—a color scheme is a luxury rug’s best chance at showing its personality and establishing its presence. Pantone, the authority on color in the design world, has selected two contrasting colors for 2021 (as opposed to the usual one): Ultimate Gray (which lives up to its namesake) and Illuminating, a bright and cheery lemon-yellow shade. read more

Carpets in Bloom

March 10, 2021

Floral patterns have been a leading trend in interior design in the last few years. Whether on walls, upholstery, or underfoot, blossoms look wonderfully fresh and optimistic. Floral and botanic patterns, be they large and bold, or small and delicate, radiate positivity and bring the natural world inside. read more

5 Reasons to Love Swedish Carpets

January 22, 2021

Given its small size, it is extraordinary how monumental Sweden’s achievements are in the world of modern design. This small northern nation has had a remarkably consistent output of beautiful and functional design over the last hundred years, and in no other category has this been more true than in the textiles and carpets. read more

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