Luxurious urban and coastal properties make surrounding vistas as one of their most essential selling points by offering walls of windows and 360 degree views. While this aspect of urban or coastal living is quite attractive and utterly intriguing, decorating such interiors comes with some challenges.
A solution to this great new interior dilemma of wall-less rooms is comprehensively unraveled by the ground-breaking artist Calle Henzel, founder of Sweden-based Henzel rugs. By being an artist first, Calle Henzel discovered very early in his career, the true power of art, propelling his style to become unanimous with extraordinary story-telling and the most unconventional depiction of realism. After experiencing firsthand what decorative problems of wall-less rooms entail, Calle Henzel translated his avant-garde art into modern rugs.
Today, Henzel designer rugs offer the qualities of modern art by means of extraordinary floor surfaces that decorate the most exquisite residential properties in the world (Avalon Penthouses in New York City, South Beach Condos & Lofts) and are frequently found in hotel lobbies (Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, The Sky Hotel in Aspen, Revel Hotel & Tower in Atlantic City), lounges (Hyundai Mostra Black Garage Lounge in Sao Paulo) as well as in public spaces like the NYC Public Library, and the Consulate General of Sweden in Los Angeles.