4x6 Area Rugs(303 items)
Welcome to NOVICA’s 4x6 Area Rugs collection! If you’ve been searching for the perfect accent to spice up any room, look no further than our colorful, handcrafted area rugs. Although a 4x6 rug doesn’t take up much space, it can make a big impression on the ambiance of a room.
Featured Reviews on 4x6 Area Rugs
So well made and beautiful!
This is my second rug. I am buying a second as I love the first so much! My living room is turquoise and white. These rugs are perfect for my hallway!
Sonik Sethi Woven rugs and runners
"I worked for more than seven years with handicrafts until I realized that this was my cup of tea."
Popular 4x6 Area Rugs
Handmade Zapotec Wool Area Rug, "August Sun"$499
Splendidly woven by hand, this radiant rug conveys the warmth of the Mexican sun. Mario Chávez works in virgin wool to created intricate geometric motifs. Their symmetry and beauty are astonishing.
Titled "Estrella de la mañana" in Spanish.
Because each rug is individually woven, measurements could vary +/- 1 inch (3 cm).
Guatemalan Multicolored Geometric Hand Made Wool Area Rug, "Mother Mountain"$129.99
Fantastic geometric motifs in various colors, including pine green and tangerine, adorn a body of alabaster in this rectangular area rug. The rug is handwoven from 100% wool fibers through a painstaking process that takes two or three weeks to complete. Presented by the artisans at Momosteco Weavers, the designs on this rug are inspired by the Sierra Madre mountains of Guatemala, which overlook the artisans' hometown. Part of an effort to preserve the time-honored weaving traditions that have been passed down through generations, the rug makes an excellent addition to any home.
Mixed Grey Shades Area Rug Loomed of Wool in Oaxaca (4x6), "Valley Stripes"$484.99
Using all-natural dyes derived from local plants such as walnut, Alberto Ruiz crafts a versatile area rug in the Oaxacan tradition. The rug is woven on a handloom from pure wool in subtle grey shades. "I only try to convey a little bit of the joy of living in this fair land," Ruiz says.