​6 x 7 Vintage Swedish Kilim Rollakan Rug 78492

Size: 05'11 x 07'03
Main Color: Brown
Age: Vintage
Origin: Sweden
Transaction type: Cr
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78492 Vintage Swedish Kilim Rollakan Rug by Judith Johansson, 05'11 x 07'03.

With its Scandinavian Modern style, incredible detail and texture, this handwoven wool vintage Swedish rollakan rug is a captivating vision of woven beauty. The eye-catching geometric design and earthy colorway woven into this piece work together creating a truly unique look. The abrashed field features an allover pattern composed of angular cartouche shapes while smaller beige squares sporadically appear within interrupting the continuity. Reflecting elements of nature and well-balanced asymmetry, this vintage Swedish kilim rug beautifully embodies Biophilic Design. This rollakan rug is named Bollalt and was designed by Judith Johansson in 1961. Sun glitter in the beech leaves behind the Bollalt building, a homestead in Knared. The bottom colors from the marshlands around there.

Perfect for adding organic textile sensations to a small space, bedroom, front room, entryway, foyer, guest room, studio, study, den, mudroom, home office or library, reading nook, children's area, playroom, nursery, game room, billiards room, sitting room, or sunroom. Well-suited for a wide range of interior styles: Scandinavian Modern, Cubism, Orphism, Abstract Expressionism, Retro, Cubist, Expressionist, Midcentury Modern, Hygge, Mys, Mysigt, Nordic, Danish Design, Finnish, Scandi, Organic Modern, Postmodern, Art Moderne, International, Industrial, Rustic, Artisan, Lodge, Cabin, Urban, Loft, Eclectic, Traditional, Modern, Transitional, or Contemporary.

  • Rendered in variegated shades of brown, orange, yellow, green, and beige with other accent colors.
  • Designed by Judith Johansson in 1961.
  • Signature Lower Corner Initials JJ.
  • Name: Bollalt.
  • Abrash.
  • Handwoven wool.
  • Made in Sweden.
  • Measures: 05'11 x 07'03.
  • Date: 1960s. Mid-20th Century.