Rectangle Orange Wool Rugs(46 items)
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In the distant past I have purchased 2 of this artist pieces for myself. These items called rugs I used for clients in global, rustic, and masculine decor for table top pieces. This particular one most recent purchase in a frank Lloyd Wright decor on rustic oak table stunning!
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Popular Rectangle Orange Wool Rugs
Geometric Wool Area Rug (2.5x5), "Star Twins"$199.99
Bright in a sky of brown and scarlet, dazzling stars are haloed in color. Glowing red dissolves into orange and gold, burning like Mexican fire opals. Delfina Ruiz weaves traditional Zapotec motifs, inspired by the beauty of the Oaxacan countryside. in Spanish.
Fair Trade Geometric Wool Area Rug (6x8.5), "Labyrinths of Fire"
Cerapio Vallejo weaves a tantalizing labyrinth that invites the viewer into a journey through history. Inspired by Peru's Wari art, the rug reveals its characteristic logic, structure and stylized geometry. A fiery palette of virgin wool is transformed into an Andean masterpiece.
Titled "Wari" in Quechua.
Handwoven Vibrant Floral Wool Accent Area Rug (4x5.5), "Flower of Peace"$379.99
Wildflowers bloom in a sea of blue, filling the senses with their exuberant beauty. Inspiring Eliazar Ochoa, they bloom again on a handwoven accent rug. Aligned in diamonds and surrounded by birds, bright petals appear in precious symmetry.
Titled "Flor de la paz" in Spanish.
Cerulean Sunrise Hand Woven Wool Area Rug from Guatemala, "Sunrise Path"$159.99
Momosteco Weavers of Guatemala are a collective of indigenous workers who use their cooperative efforts in order to preserve the time-honored traditions of wool weaving that have been passed down through their families since the days of the Spanish Conquest. They proudly present this area rug, handwoven from wool through a process that takes between two and three weeks to complete. Inspired by their ancestors, the artisans add geometric motifs in sunrise against a cerulean body.