This Boucherouite rug hails from Morocco. Scraps of recycled materials are pieced together to create colorful and energetic carpets that are sure to brighten any room.
Vintage Peruvian rug design looks amazing in modern and fresh colors like pink, purple and sea green. I think this rug would be perfect for a little one's room.
This Bracken Ridge rug is 100 percent wool, one-of-a-kind and made in Peru. It is one of my favorites in candy-colored hues of pink and orange.
Antique wedding blankets were worn by Moroccan brides on their wedding day. They can now be used as blankets, and even rugs, to bring a little sparkle to a space.
A felt rug from Kyrgyzstan is a fantastic way to add some global style. Each rug comes in a variety of colors and patterns so that you can find the one perfect for your interior.
This Pakistani rug has been re-dyed in a lovely purple. It's a fantastic way to usher in some color at home.
The abstract pattern on this Moroccan rug has a free-form illustrative feel. It's like a work of art for the floor.
My sister just bought this Moroccan rug for her living room. It has so many colors that it can be difficult to figure out what kind of furniture to pair it with. My suggestion is to go with something black for a striking contrast.
I love the attention to detail present in Persian rugs. This one has so many amazing colors and patterns within it. It's rugs like this that truly stand out and warm up a modern interior.
Can you believe this is an early 20th century rug? This Eastern European rug has a graffiti-like feel to it. I love the abstract imagery and bright colors. It's just fantastic!
This Moroccan kilim in teal blue strikes my fancy. Made with a blend of cotton and silk, it would be as lovely to stretch out on as it would be to look at.