Blue Wool Rugs(117 items)
Welcome to the Blue Wool Rug Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Blue Wool Rugs
GREAT WALL HANGING
I bought this to hang on my brick fireplace . I framed it with a cherry wood frame and between the colors in the rug and the frame, it created a stunning display piece. The weaving is good quality.
Bedroom in Blues
I love the artistic beauty of this rug. The pattern with the colors chosen of deep blue stars in the midnight skies take you away to a different world. The rug is skillfully made with a perfect weave tight and precise. I love it.
This is weaving of a wonderful quality; regular, tight and even. I am not an expert, but I collect Navajo weavings and I think I know fine weaving when I see it. Gregorios weaving has, as I say, a wonderful finesse. The design is simple and pleasingly elegant, with bold diamonds separated by bands of vibrant colour, all on a lovely, neutral ground. It is now the focal point of a just decorated first floor landing.Should I require a similar rug, I would be very happy to go back to Gregorio. Quality always shows. Senor Ruiz has it in abundance.
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 Blue Wool Rugs
Unique Zapotec Wool Area Rug (1.5x4), "Verdant Hills"$97.99
Golden lightning zigzags across mesmerizing shades of blue and turquoise. Working in soft virgin wool, the Ruiz Bazan Family evokes the verdant sierra of Oaxaca. The elegant rug exemplifies traditional Zapotec textile art.
Because each rug is individually woven on handlooms, measurements could vary +/- 2 inches (5 cm) (2 in).
Zapotec wool rug (2x3.5), "Diamond Design"$109.99
A stunning blend of turquoise, blue and yellow tones invigorates the motifs on a wool rug. The exquisite handiwork of the Ruiz Bazan Family reflects the refined Zapotec tradition of decorative arts. Woven on a traditional loom, their style reveals generations of experience and the artisans' ability to experiment with new designs. Fusing tradition with style, this woven artwork is bound to enhance any decor.
Wool rug (6x8), "Floral Bud"$574.99
Abstract line defines a bouquet of tulips in a rug with contemporary flair. Inherited by the Inca, this textile expertise originated among the ancient Wari culture of Peru. Cerapio Vallejo continues his heritage of hand-weaving, achieving the rich colors with natural dyes. The browns are derived from the walnut tree. The red and purple hues are obtained from cochineal insects, which live on walnut trees and cacti. This lovely rug makes a magnificent display in the home or office.
85% wool, 15% cotton.
Blue Geometric Zapotec Wool Area Rug (2.5x5), "Midnight Blue"$209.99
Framed in fields of blue, stars twinkle in the vast Mexican sky. Mario Chávez weaves a beautiful rug on the traditional Zapotec handloom. Named "Relámpago" in Spanish, the cool blue carpet is crafted of virgin wool tinted with natural dyes.
Because each piece is individually woven, measurements could vary +/- 1 inch (3 cm).