Perhaps it's because I'm a University of Virginia graduate, but I've always liked the orange and blue motif of this traditional rug. It would be beautiful in a dining room.
The shade of denim blue pops out at me in this rug. I think it would be great in a casual den and the busy pattern would help cover up spills and stains from pets and kids — always a bonus.
LOVE the touches of black in this traditional rug as well as the medallion at its center. Drama for your floor.
Pink and yellow! I want. Perfect for a little girl's bedroom... or a big girl, for that matter.
The shades of tobacco paired with grayish-blue are divine in this rug. It would be a show-stopper in a warm, wood-paneled study with well-worn leather chairs. Bonus points if a glass of port and cigar are involved.
Do you, like me, enjoy the look of an antique, traditional rug in a modern setting? This rug would be quite enjoyable in a spacious, modern kitchen.
I've definitely jumped on the ethnic textile party train, and this rug is so, so gorgeous with its crimson tones and exotic feel.
Wouldn't this rug be beautiful in a traditional Arts and Crafts style bungalow? I love the motif and colors and it would be right at home with lovely dark woodwork and period details.
I own this guy! We bought this rug for our living room and it is WONDERFUL. The color palette is a mix of golden mustard, salmon, aqua, navy and sage. Just gorgeous in person and I'm so happy with it.
I am so drawn to rugs that sport doses of black. This one would look particularly lovely in conjunction with a black fireplace mantel decorated with a gold sunburst mirror.
This rug has a nice mix of the traditional motifs of Greek key and fleur-de-lis. It would be very appropriate in a feminine dressing room. With the light background, you'd want delicate feet to tread lightly on this one.
I really like the "worn-in" look of this rug. And it just so happens that it would be perfect for my bedroom. I think the pattern keeps it soft and serene for a peaceful spot in your home.
I adore the dark drama this rug offers. If you happen to have a powder room painted a dark jade color, this rug would be fantastic in a small size at the foot of the sink.
I would use this rug in a large space painted a grayish blue to accentuate the color of the leaves in its motif.
I would use this rug in a small size under a glossy black Hollywood Regency vanity table, perhaps with a gold bamboo chinoiserie chair.