Orange Wool Flat Weave Rug
  1. SYA

    Pandora Flat-Weave Rug - Berry - papyrus/burnt orange/raspberry

    More Details This rug, with its vibrant colors and crisp graphic design is a playful throwback to retro style. Handwoven in a flat-weave construction. A rug pad is recommended to keep this securely in place.
  2. LAR

    Turkish Jajim Flat Weave Rug 6'4 x 10'5 - ivory/taupe/blues/orange

    More Details With this style of Jajim weaving different colored threads are woven between the warp and wefts which creates detailed designs or embroideries on top of the actual Kilims. Colors: ivory/taupe/blues/orange.
  3. SVF

    Jola Kids' Rug - Orange/Lime - 9'x12'

    More Details This flat-weave is ideal for adding an element of pattern and vibrant color to your space. Handwoven of wool and cotton, it works perfectly on its own or when layered with a neutral flat-weave or natural fiber rug. We recommend a rug pad to extend the life of the rug and keep it securely in place.
  4. SYA

    Maida Rug - Ivory/Rust - ivory/navy/rust/olive/bright orange

    More Details Handwoven of wool and cotton, this flat-weave enlivens any space with its stripe design and pops of color. We recommend a rug pad to extend the life of the rug and keep it securely in place.Need help choosing the right foundation? Visit our Rug Guide.
  5. WRG

    8'7"x11'8" Aishah Kilim - Beige/Orange - Noori Rug

    More Details Handwoven of wool, this flat-weave has the power to completely transform any space with its dynamic tribal motifs and spectacular use of color. Because of each rug's handmade nature, no two are exactly alike, and quantities are limited. We recommend a rug pad to keep your rug securely in place.
  6. TNJ

    Navajo-Style Rug - 2'4" x 2'6" - red/multi

    $2,799.00 $3,999.00 $2,799.00
    More Details 19th-century Navajo-style flat-weave rug with geometric motif on a red field.
  7. LAR

    1950s Turkish Kilim Runner - 5'5 x 16'6 - multi colors

    More Details This vintage Turkish flat weave Kilim was hand-woven in the 1950s.The simplicity and boldness of these pieces can also give a contemporary feel and can look at home in both a modern or traditional setting.