Posted on: September 15, 2020
Color Trend Report – Fall 2020
With the new season around the corner comes Pantone’s Color Trend Report – Fall 2020! This season’s colors are “timeless,” reflecting the Orley Shabahang ethos. Continue reading to find the perfect Persian carpet match for your tonal sensibilities.
Want a carpet that will withstand the test of time in both fashion and quality? You have come to the right place! Orley Shabahang creates carpets that will last generations. A key component of our process is using natural vegetable dyes to color our handspun wool without degrading its inherent strength. This ensures that our customer’s purchases today will not be old news tomorrow.
Our first handmade carpet captures several of Pantone’s trending hues. Colored Steps from Orley Shabahang’s Architectural Series uses a combination of indigo and red madder dyes to create Ultramarine Green, Fired Brick, and Classic Blue alongside other striking tones. Don’t let the wide variety of colors fool you, however. This rug is anything but gaudy. It’s simple rectangle design makes it the perfect piece for any modern space. Colored Steps brings the ideal addition to a sleek otherwise monotone room.
Orley Shabahang’s Badu carpet, on the other hand, proves that going grey does not mean sacrificing fun. As part of our Dream Collection, this monotone formation of dots includes Pantone’s Sleet tone. This rug’s curvilinear forms and unassuming colors lend themselves well to contemporary interiors with matching curvilinear furniture.
Gan, another beauty from Orley Shabahang’s Dream Collection, also exhibits many of Pantone’s selected colors for the upcoming season. It mixes the warm Peach Nougat and Samba with the cool Classic Blue tone to create a flawless balance of color and composition. This one-of-a-kind piece requires an equally unique interior to elevate its charm.
Love this season’s selection for the Pantone’s Color Trend Report – Fall 2020? You can find this fashionable collection of handmade carpets on Orley Shabahang’s website or on our 1stDibs page. Why not use the change in season as an excuse to enhance your floor art?