130,312 Berber rug Home Design Photos

Contour Woodworks
San Francisco Condo
Ideabooks1,048
Questions4
How do you clean this rug?
We have a couple of fairly expensive rugs similar to this one & have no idea how to clean it. What do you recommend?
Can you please give me more information on the shag rug? Thank you.
Natural Rug Co has silky and paper shag rugs that are similar. ...
f you prefer a high pile, shag and berber rugs may be just the ticket. “Either work well on wood floors or laid over existing carpeting and can be switched
There is my rug in person. It will find
a high pile, shag and berber rugs may be just the ticket. “Either work well on wood floors or laid over existing carpeting and can be switched out if you live in a multiclimate environment,” says Faiella.Again, going back to the sweater analogy: The beauty of sweaters and rugs is their unique ability
“Ceiling” — lilidespoina
Taylor Jacobson Interior Design
9 Reviews
Los Feliz
Ideabooks1,833
Questions9
I heave been searching for a rug like this! Who makes it?where found?
I am searching for a rug like this...where did you find the rug, please?
Provide a light foundation for dark colors. A shaggy off-white Berber rug provides a counterbalance to the glossy deep blue walls here.
Houzz Contributor Jason Lees is a big fan of tradition rugs in modern spaces. Can't say we'd argue with that in this gorgeous space!
Provide a light foundation for dark colors. A shaggy off-white Berber rug provides a counterbalance to the glossy deep blue walls here.
Moroccan rug. Peacock blue is a bold (but highly livable) choice for walls, especially in a smaller room — the intense hue enhances and uplifts dark leather pieces. Pair it with a goes-with-anything Moroccan rug, an organic wood table and a gallery wall.
“Coffee table” — parklauk
Willey Design LLC
1 Review
Central Park West, NY Residence
Ideabooks487
Questions1
Berber rug.
“Trundle comfy” — myleeta
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Penza Bailey Architects
7 Reviews
Storm-Ready Victorian 2
Ideabooks1,441
Questions4
Love the rug. Can you tell me where I can purchase this? Thx!
rug and coffee table
Berber rug, colors
“duplicate please. Love” — housa03
Phillips Development
4 Reviews
Talon's Crest
Ideabooks12,428
Questions9
The rug is sisel. The Stone is Jackson Ledge.
Overall look and feel of finish, clean lines yet warm, welcoming and comfortable. Refined. Natural elements. Wood beams. Stone. Open windows. Colors. Berber rug/carpeting.
“clean and uncluttered” — Shelli Daley
EVAA International, Inc.
4 Reviews
Italian Kitchens (by EFFEQUATTRO - Creta)
Ideabooks3,686
Questions10
Is this a sisal rug? Where did you find it? Love the texture.
Dear wanderedthere - thank you for your interest. This picture was taken at a studio in Italy and unfortunately I don't know the type of rug at the studio. Sorry, I was not able to be more help.
Color scheme and Berber accent rug
brick color/ rug with gray
Love the rug....table rug...orange rug
“Like floors” — spsst25
Jodie Rosen Design
18 Reviews
Open Concept Space
Ideabooks4,860
Questions6
Contrast between chandeleir and fireplace is nice. Like berber area rug on wood floors
“stone” — Teresa Anderson
Rozalynn Woods Interior Design
6 Reviews
Ranch Restored
Ideabooks139
Questions1
Could you tell me where you bought this rug? It is lovely. Thanks!
I would love to purchase a the same rug!!!
Hi, we purchased this rug in Marrakech, Morocco
morrocan rug, small, for living room spot
Get a supernice handmade rug, size small. Love the look of those gorgeous handmade Moroccan rugs? Instead of getting one to fill the whole room, choose a tiny one to go just under your coffee table and layer it over a larger natural-fiber rug. It will be enough
6. Get a supernice handmade rug, size small. Love the look of those gorgeous handmade Moroccan rugs? Instead of getting one to fill the whole room, choose a tiny one to go just under your coffee table and layer it over a larger natural-fiber rug. It will be enough to bring that warm, handmade vibe to
“Rug” — handleyunderwood
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