Made of hand-tufted wool and viscose, this rug’s intricate design and rich palette are heavily influenced by patterns and colors found in nature. Its unique textured look is a result of hand-carving and mixing yarns.
This rug is a modern interpretation of a
traditional hand-knotted design. Made in Egypt using power loomed technology, these gorgeous polypropylene rugs offer an affordable alternative to highly prized antiques.
One of the most recognizable textiles produced by
the Berbers of Morocco's Atlas mountains is the handira, or wedding blanket, which was traditionally used as cape for the bride after the marriage ceremony. This example makes a striking wall hanging ...
A thoughtful use of tone-on-tone colors and a
quiet touch of texture give this rug its everlasting appeal. While your personal style may evolve and run its own course throughout the years, there’s no reason this sophisticated piece can’t tag ...