Rectangle Multicolor Rugs(211 items)
Welcome to the Rectangle Multicolor Rug Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Rectangle Multicolor Rugs
The color scheme and artwork of this rug lifts my living space to new heights. The rug is one of the most beautiful that I have ever seen. Thank you so much.
Nearly 15 years ago, I spent time in Oaxaca and visited Teotitlan del Valle, the village where most of these beautiful weavings are created (perhaps I even stopped by Albertos shop). I was unable to purchase a rug at that time, so it gives me much joy to have discovered Novica and to now have Albertos gorgeous rug warming my bedroom floor. Muchisimas gracias!
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 Rectangle Multicolor Rugs
Red Handwoven Authentic Zapotec Rug from Mexico (6.5x10.5), "Embers of Fire"$2,029.99
Fiery embers glow with the promise of dancing flames. Woven by hand, this generously-sized rug displays the intricacy of traditional Zapotec art. Alfredo Ruiz weaves the extraordinary design of virgin wool, colored with natural dyes.
Titled "Rombos rojos" in Spanish.
Handwoven Zapotec Red Wool Rug with Diamond Motifs (5x8), "Golden Diamonds"$889.99
Precisely woven on a traditional handloom, geometric motifs form a brilliant sunburst. They attest to the weaving skill of Alberto Ruiz. He works in wool, colored with natural dyes, to create a dazzling area rug.
Because each rug is individually woven, measurements could vary +/- 4 inches (10 cm) (4 in).
Modern Zapotec Wool Rug 2 X 3 Ft Handmade in Mexico, "Fish Fiesta"$159.99
Woven by hand, this handsome rug features fish in fiesta colors. Alberto Ruiz García and his wife create bright mirror images in virgin wool. Red stripes border the forest green area rug named "Danza Acuática" in Spanish.
Because each rug is individually woven, measurements could vary +/- 4 inches (10 cm).
Inca-Inspired Wool Area Rug from Peru (2x3), "Inca Empire"$119.95
Inspired by the textiles of the ancient Inca, Peruvian artisan Gamaniel Esmit creates a beautiful area rug. In tones of crimson, saffron, and tangerine, geometric patterns decorate this handwoven wool rug, interspersed with zigzagging stripes of smoke grey.