Beige Wool Rugs(50 items)
Welcome to the Beige Wool Rug Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Beige Wool Rugs
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 Beige Wool Rugs
Handwoven Arrow Motif Zapotec Wool Rug from Mexico (1.5x3.5), "Traveling Arrows"$77.99
Traveling across a beige body, arrow motifs in espresso brown are displayed on this striking area rug from Mexico. Working in the style of Zapotec handicrafts, the artisans of the Ruiz Bazan Family hand-weave this rug of wool on a traditional loom. The subtle colors are derived from natural dyes.
Wool rug (4x6), "Tulips"
Tulips stretch delicate buds toward the sun, their fragile beauty portrayed in soft pastel tones. Cerapio Vallejo weaves a beautiful rug in wool. Achieving rich colors with natural dyes, his browns are derived from the walnut tree. The red and purple hues are obtained from cochineal insects, which live on walnut trees and cacti.
Titled "Tulipanes" in Spanish.
Wool rug (2x3), "Tribute to Joan Miro"$184.99
Delfina Ruiz takes her inspiration from the painting "Characters and Dog in the Sun" by Spanish artist Joan Miro. Replicating his palette in virgin wool, she achieves the colors with vegetable dyes. This delightful accent rug brings a modern look to the ancient Zapotec art of weaving by hand.
Wool dhurrie rug (4x6), "Song of Spring"$164.99
Geometric motifs in green and rust illuminate an intricate expanse of beige and pale yellow. From Sonik Sethi, this complex dhurrie is woven by hand and such rugs can take up to four or five days to finish. The rich colors are achieved with natural dyes.