Benno Arzt was born in 1941 in Stockholm. He paints fantasy landscapes, often with birds in bright colors. He also makes wooden sculptures of the same theme. He exhibits his paintings and sculptures in the cities of Halmstad, Malmö, Sölvesborg, Eilat, Jerusalem and is represented in private and public collections.
Walls and Floors
Through a unique collaboration with Benno Arzt we are proud to present a collection of carpets, suitable for both walls and floors.
Don’t miss the opportunity to decorate your home with a unique work of art!
Blue Dream Rug - Multicolor carpet from Turkey.
These modern rugs come in a variety of different sizes and patterns and make for a beautiful focal point in your home. When making these rugs a synthetic wool material with textile qualities is used. Besides having a soft and comfortable pile to walk on, this material has several good features that among others make the rug lint free and easy to clean.
Synthetic wool (Polypropylene) is a man-made fibre, made up of tightly twisted yarns that give the rug a lively lustre. Polypropylene has a high resistance to wear and can withstand heat well. Rugs produced using polypropylene are ideal for people with allergies to, for example, natural materials. The material is antistatic which means it does not shed fibres or attract dust and is easy to clean.
All our machine-knotted rugs from Turkey are certified according to STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX®, a globally uniform and independent testing- and certification system for textiles. The certification means that the finished product is free from hazardous chemicals.
This is our third carpet from this collection and it is wonderful to have in our summer house. Great product.
Wunderschön, etwas Besonderes. Riecht „neu“, aber der Geruch wird sich sicher im Laufe der Zeit „ausriechen“. Der Teppich rutscht etwas, was sich leicht beheben lässt.
J’ai reçu mon tapis très bonne qualité belle couleur sans défaut je suis très satisfaite de cet achat délais très raisonnable
The colors in the rug will be perceived differently depending on the angle you view it from.