I am a big fan of artist Nathalie Lete and would love to have any of her rugs. They are such functional pieces of art. I love them.
This antique Persian rug would look stunning in a hallway or layered over a neutral rug, such as a sisal. It has been dyed in a vibrant mix of pink, lavender and burgundy.
This vintage Moroccan Boucherouite rug is handwoven by the tribes in the mountainous regions of Morocco and features vibrant colors, a geometric pattern and super-soft finishing.
Vintage kilim rugs from Turkey and the Middle East are trending right now. Their vibrant colors, lively patterns and solid handmade quality make them a great choice for stylish homes. Not to mention, they make a massive visual impact! This version is great as a statement piece in a living room and...
Handmade Mersin Cicimi
I really love these wool area rugs, and I’ve been seeing them around a lot in design projects. They are comfy and chic, and still pretty neutral.
Wonderful zebra print rugs are also available on steer hide. They can be just as sensational looking and cost half the price of the real thing, and they'll give you the same design oomph.
Turkish or Eastern rugs are a necessary bohemian element. Go a little easier on your wallet and purchase a smaller rug to layer over a natural one.
The subtle Moroccan pattern adds interest to this rug for sure, but the worn indigo keeps it from looking too first-day-of-school in my book.
This lovely rug is perfect for an entryway, so you can get ready to face the world with a spring in your step. I love the look of a hand-knotted rug, and this one’s pattern is beautiful. It is a cheery and luxurious way to welcome someone into your home.
This an ultra-cool felted rug. It takes the “no structure or strict format” concept to a higher level. I really like the informality of its presentation. Plus, there are so many places where an amorphous shape like this does just the right design trick in a room.
Handwoven in India from natural cotton, this lightweight rug combines stunning in colors and patterns.
These geometric shapes are just imperfect enough to still feel fun, and the high pile will surely feel good on bare toes.
With its universally appealing design and extraordinary quality, this rug has been a favorite in our store. Again, it's one of those rugs you need to touch and see to really appreciate how wonderful it is (you may order a 2x3 before embarking on a larger version). Hand-knotted in Tibet of the...
I love a lavish cowhide rug, and this one has a touch of metallic gold in its design. I’d love it layered over a flat-weave rug.
I love the exotic colors woven beautifully into this rug. It has so much character, much like so many things you see while traveling.
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