285 Asian Rugs
Although an area rug brings comfort to a rough floor, it also helps define a room and add touches of color, personality and texture. Because floor rugs take up a lot of surface space, finding a design that complements and enhances your current asian design is key. Whether you need a throw rug for the front door or a large area rug for the living room, there is a wool, jute, cotton or silk rug out there for you. Here's what you should consider as you make your newest purchase. More
Koi-15 Rug, Red, 2'-6" x 8'-0" Runner
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Overlapping branches in elegant colors complete the fresh, modern design of the Chaparral Area Rug. With stylish shapes and a vivid color scheme, this transitional rug will breathe new life into your decor. Order now from our popular Art Silk Collection.Lustrous faux silk highlights this beautiful...
I would use this rug in a small size under a glossy black Hollywood Regency vanity table, perhaps with a gold bamboo chinoiserie chair.
This beautiful rug has golden tones and a pattern that looks like it was knotted hundreds of years ago (it wasn't).
This gorgeous oushak rug from Eileen Fisher will add time-worn style to your floors. Its warm tones and exotic look make it look like it has traveled the world.
Bring a mix of global landmarks to your home with a striking antique wool rug like this Chinese Art Deco masterpiece. Hand woven in China, this fabulous rug makes a show-stopping entrance like no other.
Chinese Art Deco Rug
Loopy Collection. Himalayan wool + allo. LOOPY is an extremely flexible collection that can be made in many ways, for many looks. Scale can be expanded and made more “open” also.
This striking black and white rug in Florence Broadhurst's classic pattern is the kind of lifetime item you need to grab while you can.
The warm colors in this 100-knot rug sparkle with life because of the beautiful, lustrous, long-staple Tibetan wool (with silk highlights) that was used in the weaving. The extraordinary quality of these rugs needs to be seen to be appreciated. This design would lend itself well to custom colors or...
How beautiful is this rug? This design resembles the beautiful whorls of a flower blossom. It's available in four sizes.
Lapchi's Moonflower rug is influenced by traditional Japanese woodblock prints. Woven primarily of handspun Tibetan wool, this beautiful carpet can be customized without the fine line border for a more contemporary look.
The nomadic Herki tribe lives between the plateaus and mountains of Hakarri in Turkey, as well as in Iraq and Iran. Making their living through sheep and goat herding, they are famous for their well-made and hard-to-find carpets, which are hand-spun on floor looms using vegetable-based dyes. These...
Tibetan Butterfly Rug
Unlike its demonic Western counterpart, the Asian dragon is an auspicious creature of great creative power. This spectacular dragon on a saffron background was handknotted in Nepal in 100-knot weave of the finest long-staple Tibetan wool. See the orange and blue versions of this fabulous rug. The...
This 100-knot (fine weave) Tibetan is a traditional Tibetan design, hand knotted in Tibetan weave (see section on Tibetan rugs) using handspun wool and vegetal dyes. A glowing piece of natural-dye art for your floor! There are a limited number of these very special rugs available at any one time....
This ominous-looking dragon is actually an auspicious creature in Tibet symbolizing great creative power. Handknotted in Nepal in a fine weave (100-knot) of Tibetan wool, this rug is usually made in a 3 foot by 6 foot size. It may be custom-ordered in other sizes and the colors of your choice.
This handwoven rug with its rich colors and silky textures would make a beautiful addition to a feminine dressing room.
This beautiful and intricate rug has a tribal pattern that won't overwhelm your room because of its lovely neutral color palette.
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