Red Runner Rugs(45 items)
Welcome to the Red Runner Rug Collection!
Featured Reviews on Red Runner Rugs
Great quality of wool, tight weave, beautiful color, thicker flat weave so can be used on variety of surfaces: tables or flooring. I use mine on stone counter for display of pottery.
Beautiful, Rich Colors
I bought this rug for my gas fireplace hearth. It is the perfect size and also is a lovely focal point for the room. I love it! This is the second rug I have bought from Gregorio, and they are beautiful.
Love this beautiful table runner
We chose this cotton woven table runner for a television console and it looks great! Lovely deep deep red color and a nice design. Its beautiful! And it came beautifully packaged. A great experience from start top product. Thank you Yesenia!
"A challenge is to teach my children and members of the community to weave, just as my parents taught me. In this way, we will preserve the handloom tradition."
"I was born and raised in a small town in Guatemala where I lived with my parents, five brothers and a... read more
Popular Red Runner Rugs
Hand Made Zapotec Table Runner, "Diamond-Stars"$79.99
The colors of the sky, sea, and earth surround mystical diamond-stars, unique to Zapotec cosmogony. They represent the four cardinal points and their life energies. Gregorio Ruíz dyes the wool threads prior to weaving this dramatic table runner on a traditional loom.
Cotton table runner, "Festival of Colors"$119.99
Women from the Waqxaqi' Kan Women's Group demonstrate their millennial textile skills with this extraordinary table runner. Meticulously woven on a backstrap loom, it combines bright colors with a black and white a traditional tie-dye technique. Hand embroidery appears along the length of this stunning cotton textile, which is finished with hand tied fringe.
Zapotec wool table runner, "Fiery Sky"$117.99
Incredibly complex, starbursts in blue and violet stand out against a brick red background. Gregorio Ruiz weaves an extravagantly beautiful table runner. He works with virgin wool on the handloom, carrying on a family tradition.
Because each one is individually woven on handlooms, measurements could vary +/- 2 inches (5 cm) (2 in).
Titled "Camino de Diamantes" in Spanish.