- Home Decor
- Category: area rugs
- Theme: Hand Woven
- Color: Beige
Brown and Beige Hand Loomed Wool Area Rug (2x3), "Land of my People"
Using all-natural dyes derived from local plants, Alberto Ruiz crafts a versatile area rug in the Oaxacan tradition. The rug is woven on a handloom from pure wool in shades of chestnut and light beige. "I only try to convey a little bit of the joy of living in this fair land," Ruiz says.
Hand Woven Geometric Wool Area Rug in Spice from Mexico, "Oaxacan Land"
Against a body of spice, a colorful diamond rests in the center of this area rug, surrounded by multicolored stripes and geometric motifs. Gregorio Ruiz of Mexico presents a stunning area rug, woven by hand on the foot pedal loom from 100% wool, bringing a touch of Latin history to any home. The artisan names the rug after Oaxaca, a gorgeous city located near Mexico's southern coast.
Indian Handwoven Rectangle Blue Green Brown Wool Rug (4x6), "Diamond Tracks"
In this hand-woven rug, sandy beige, bright green and blue shades are used to create diamonds outlined in a deep crimson red. From Sonik Sethi in India, off-white fringes neatly accent each end of this geometrical wool rug.
Wool Area Rug with Brown and Grey Stripes (2.5x5), "Sandy Stripes"
In tones of grey and brown, bold stripes create a beautiful fade across the body of this area rug from Mexico. Jose Mendoza creates this rug in the style of Zapotec handicrafts, hand-weaving the rug from wool on a traditional loom. Fringes complete the rug at the corners.