187 Mediterranean 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 mediterranean 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
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This rug's gorgeous Turkish-style design and soft, natural colors look so refined, you'd never guess it's made from recycled plastic. But since it is, it's both ecofriendly and user-friendly: easy to clean, mildew resistant and suitable for all the vagaries of modern family life. A nonslip backing...
This rug is colorful yet still slightly understated because the yellow is sort of mellow. It is a safe choice for those who might be a little shy of color.
In my opinion, you cannot go wrong with a blue and white trellis rug. It is absolutely classic and a piece you can continue to use well after a trend has passed.
I really love the medallions on this rug, and the gray hue could work to anchor a nursery and elevate it to make it feel less baby and more plush. This is a rug that is sure to stick around once the room is no longer a nursery.
Although there are only two color choices, both are beautiful. This quatrefoil pattern is busy, but not so busy that you'd want to cover it up.
The calming beach tones of this rug would welcome anyone. I see this in a guest bathroom welcoming your guests.
Need a rug that makes an easy switch into the summer? Add a pretty dhurrie rug in blues. This print is modern but could go traditional.
I have always been and probably always will be drawn to bold graphic patterns. This one is just gorgeous — and in my favorite color, blue.
This pretty wool rug lends a beautiful brick-red color. Its contemporary pattern and upbeat color complement any fall space.
A bold colored rug draws your eye to the ground and can be a great way to show off those exposed legs on your sofa. Inject your room with color and style with this handwoven wool and cotton rug based on motifs from Turkish tilework.
Madeline Weinrib is it when it comes to rugs. I love this one especially because I am really into purple right now.
Our patchwork rugs are made of salvaged parts of time-honored, traditional, hand-knotted Turkish rugs. Woven nearly a century ago, original antique parts are washed, re-dyed, and stitched together by modern-day artisans to create a unique artwork that not only has the traditional look of antique...
Cost Plus World Market is one of my favorite sources for inexpensive and unique rugs. This gold and orange block-print rug would be perfect in a kitchen or bathroom.
This lattice print rug is feminine and has a beautiful soft color palette. I could see it working in a woman's office or maybe even a girl's bedroom. Pink accents throughout the room would be perfection.
This white and gray trellis rug is an elegant way to tie together a room. I love the texture it adds as well.
This rug is pretty and modern for both boys and girls. Again, yellow and gray is a hot combination for 2012.
If you're looking to brighten up neutral walls and basic furniture with something special, this beautiful and well-priced rug is an ideal starting point. We love the details in it, particularly the dotted border.
I simply love this Moroccan-inspired hand-tufted wool rug. It will add comfort, style and color to any space.
This beautiful Bidjar runner is a piece of glowing, natural-dyed art from Turkey. A new rug made with traditional methods that has the character and appeal of rugs made in a long ago era.
Bidjar, 2-10 x 9-8
Moroccan Fatima Berber Shag Tan Rug
The simple colors and patterns make this rug easily matchable in any room, but I envision it fitting perfectly next to a bed, ready for your feet first thing in the morning.
I love the neutrals in these rugs, they are warm and sophisticated. I would love them en masse like they are in this photo, no?
The beautiful rich reds of this rug bring a sense of playfulness to a space and can anchor a room, giving it lots of personality.
These handmade nomadic antiques of tomorrow were individually made using hand knotting or flat weave methods. The design color and fiber mix is unique to their region of origin.
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.
Vintage Cal Kilim Rug around 50 years old and in very good condition. Cal is a village of Denizli in the Aegean region.
Vintage Cal Kilim
Vintage Esme Kilim Rug around 60 years old and in very good condition. Esme is a very famous weaving village in Usak.
Vintage Esme Kilim
Pretend you took a trip to a Turkish market or a souk in whatever country it is where they have souks with this beautiful kilim rug from Pottery Barn. It will add a layer of global style right down on your floor, creating a strong base for the rest of the room. It also hides a multitude of...
The Zapotec rugs and weavings available from La Fuente Imports were chosen for the strength of their weave, quality of the dyes, complexity of design, and overall expression of warmth and cultural spirit. Every rug is loomed in the weaver's home, not in a factory, and will last many years longer...
This pink Greek key rug would be so fun in a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen or entryway. It is also available in black, blue and green.
I'm so wild about quatrefoil patterns that I dedicated an entire ideabook to them. While this rug comes in a lovely and more neutral palette, I'm most drawn to this yummy and rich eggplant shade.
New Turkish Kilim Area Rug hand-woven in Konya, Turkey with vegetable-dyed and hand-spun wool. If you like the design of this rug, we can custom make it to meet your color and size requirements.
I have always liked ethnic textiles in pastel shades. This Moroccan-inspired flat-weave rug is a good example. It would work in a traditional interior as well as a modern one.
The soft slate blue in this trellis-print rug offers a tranquil color palette for a nursery or boy's zone.
Hand Knotted Fine Yarn Crafted in China. This design represents a traditional design reinvented with Kelly Wearstler's unique West Coast style.