When Wall Street Journal did their summary of coming interior trends for 2016, Scandinavian rugs were mentioned and especially rugs from Märta Måås-Fjetterström.
"“With elegantly balanced geometric compositions, these rugs are a sophisticated answer to the omnipresent neutrals and sisals,” said Los Angeles designer Madeline Stuart, who is fond of early-20th-century designs from the company Märta Måås-Fjetterström. The somewhat folksy carpets adapt to a variety of contexts. “The restraint of Scandinavian design works with both contemporary and traditional interiors,” noted San Francisco designer Heather Hilliard."
Blåarp designed by Barbro Nilsson in 1962.