There are elements of a room that are often overlooked but can really transform a space. Lighting would be one of the main ones, not only dictating the mood but also our experience in the room and how we perceive our living environment. A big second might be flooring. Whether it is carpet or another material, this can also bring a new appearance and feel.
Danish designer Laura Brandenburg Bilde of Seche Studio made a striking series titled ‘New Wave’ for Ege Carpets. The inspiration behind this collection was her interpretation of the untouched Danish West coast. Using these dramatic landscapes as stories for her work, sand, grass and the ocean directed the patterns on the surface of these wonderful carpet designs.
The material called ECONYL® is a yarn composed of abandoned fishing nets and other industrial waste, making them sustainable and linking back to Bilde’s philosophy of incorporating nature throughout.
In an aesthetic sense I particularly enjoyed the rippling sand series that flows across the surface of these carpets. It’s a fascinating design and reminds us of the dynamic and constantly changing spaces that we live in.
See more from this series on the link below and via the Ege Carpets website.