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A contemporary rug is an essential accent piece for any living room. Modern rugs can help define the theme and color palette of a room, protect floors, and absorb the noise of day to day life. A modern rug can protect your floors from everyday wear and tear, and support your feet with comfortable padding, not chilly hardwood or tile flooring. Designer area rugs can also add a sophisticated splash of color and pattern to your living room.
Here you can find modern rugs that will help you complete your living room design:
Enz River runs through the northern Black Forest in Germany which is considered to have the most attractive landscapes for nature lovers, ramblers, and mountain bikers. ENZ rectangular rug is made in hand-tufted tencel and was inspired by the breath-taking richness of the Black Forest and its natural resources.
The Rani Rug is detailed with an intricate pattern that’s aged and worn as if by centuries of time. It is hand-loomed from a mix of durable wool and lustrous viscose that’s screen printed with a pattern and distressed, adding character and making it easy to mix with even modern furnishings.
Featuring a beautifully bordered pattern with delicate florals, this piece is machine made from 100% polypropylene in Turkey. This area rug makes a great addition as an accent in larger rooms or as a focal point in smaller spaces. A true statement piece that will make all your guests wondering where you got that fabulous bold new rug.
The Yupik are a group of indigenous people in Alaska. Traditionally, the families spent spring and summer time at fishing camps and then joined with others at village sites for the winter. The travel to search for food and the resistance to the cold weather of this people are represented on the YUPIK hand-tufted dyed wool rug, like the routes that they have taken for all these years.
The Junius Shag Rug adds a layer of softness and a stylish flair to your design with its plush wool pile, diamond pattern and decorative tassels. Its neutral color scheme fits seamlessly in a number of spaces and styles, from coastal living rooms to contemporary entryways.
With a vintage rug, it is also possible to create a modern design of a living room. This beautiful Persian vintage semi-antique carpet was made in the southeastern part of Persia in the Kerman region. It was hand-knotted by women of the Afshar tribe using fine hand-spun highland wool for the pile and cotton for the warp and weft. The rug is in excellent condition.
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The Orana rug is expertly printed to recreate the look of a timeworn heirloom. Hand-loomed of silky rayon yarns, the grey rug beautifully captures the look of a prized vintage rug with nuanced tones and pattern.
Descended from North Africa’s Berber tribes, this unique style of woolen designs give your home a contemporary, yet ethnic tone that is so sought after today. This rug is made with a combination of three exclusive yarns, created especially to attain this quality. The superior wool gives your carpet better durability and substantially less shedding. As a natural material, wool also gives the rug a fullness which prevents it from flattening. Superior wool is naturally flame retardant and does not soil easily, making it inherently easier to maintain your rug.
This wool rug is handcrafted by Craftmark-certified artisans in India. A mix of neutral shades lets it fit in any room, while the pattern and intricate construction give it a bit of unexpected personality.
As if an artist took a paintbrush to a canvas, this Ink Rug’s watercolor-inspired design stands out in any room. Each rug is hand loomed with a blend of viscose and wool yarns to achieve its beautiful striated look.
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