Blue Area Rugs(165 items)
Welcome to NOVICA’s Blue Rugs collection! If your room is in need of a little something blue, take a look at our favorite area rugs from around the world. We hope you enjoy these colorful works of art as much as we do!
Featured Reviews on Blue Area Rugs
Bedroom in Blues
I love the artistic beauty of this rug. The pattern with the colors chosen of deep blue stars in the midnight skies take you away to a different world. The rug is skillfully made with a perfect weave tight and precise. I love it.
Absolutely Lovely rug
I received the rug earlier than expected and was amazed at the quality and craftsmanship. The colors are vibrant and much more beautiful than the pictures can show. Thank you so much Sajad for creating such a beautiful and well made piece of art. I love it.
So well made and beautiful!
This is my second rug. I am buying a second as I love the first so much! My living room is turquoise and white. These rugs are perfect for my hallway!
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 Blue Area Rugs
Blue Geometric Zapotec Wool Area Rug (2.5x5), "Midnight Blue"$209.99
Framed in fields of blue, stars twinkle in the vast Mexican sky. Mario Chávez weaves a beautiful rug on the traditional Zapotec handloom. Named "Relámpago" in Spanish, the cool blue carpet is crafted of virgin wool tinted with natural dyes.
Because each piece is individually woven, measurements could vary +/- 1 inch (3 cm).
Unique Blue and Red Wool Area Rug, "Rose Rivers"$182.99
Virgin wool in rich rose alternates with deep blue rivers. Within, lighter patterns are achieved by tie dying the yarn prior to weaving. "Jaspe symbolizes the cypress trees in my homeland," says Guatemalan weaver Fermin Coguox. "I hope you appreciate this work – it's a cultural heritage that has been dying out over time."
Magenta and Lapis Zapotec Wool Area Rug (2.5x4.5), "Flowers of Spring"$154.99
Combining colors of magenta and lapis, Mexican artisan Irene Ruiz works on a traditional loom as she hand-weaves this wool area rug. Crafted in the traditional style of Zapotec handicrafts, this rug is decorated with small dashes in straw that contrast with the rug's predominant hues. Fringes decorate the ends of this rectangular rug.
Handwoven Geometric Wool Area Rug in Blue from Mexico, "Dreamy Geometry"$239.99
Evoking the dreamy beauty of the sky, this Mexican area rug is handwoven of wool on a traditional loom, featuring geometric motifs and patterns in hues of blue. Bulmaro Mendoza presents the charming rug, completed at the ends with dainty fringes.