Bohemian Rugs(49 items)
Welcome to the Bohemian Rug Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Bohemian Rugs
This little rug makes me smile every morning
The colors are true to the picture and it is perfectly crafted. It is so soft that it puts a big smile on my face every morning when I get out of bed and again at night. I absolutely love it! Thank you!
A Very nice wall decoration
A very nice rug. The colors are very vibrant and greet visitors to our home. A great value for the money spent. We have it on one of our walls in our Great room.
Its a winner
Ive purchased several Novice rugs in the past, but nothing this large. Im wary of getting something this big without having seen it in person, but I took the leap and Im happy. The main difference (to my eye) between the image online and the rug in person is that the image of the rug looks lighter, more yellow/orange. In person the overall effect is more autumnal, the browns are more dominant. Either way, its a winner, big and bold and beautiful. I have a lot of wall space, so I hung it on the wall (velcro worked great), I also I couldnt bear the thought of walking on the light colors. It felt like a risky purchase at the time but now Id do it again in a heartbeat.
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 Bohemian Rugs
Zapotec wool rug (2.5x5.5), "Star Flowers"$184.99
With petals like stars, wildflowers bloom in gentle pastels, covering the hillsides with summer beauty. Browns, greens, yellow and pale grey mingle with beige and navy blue. Neatly woven by hand in virgin wool, the elegant motifs grace a traditional Mexican rug. Gregorio Ruiz Lopez works on the handloom to create designs his father taught him. Titled "Diamantes zapotecas" in Spanish, this rug features lush fringe.
Because each rug is individually woven, measurements could vary +/- 2 inches (5 cm).
Zapotec wool rug (2x3.5), "Light of the Horizon"$167.99
Fiery motifs seem to dance and glow at the edge of the sky, evoking the dramatic beauty of the Mexican sun. Woven by hand, this rug displays the intricacy of traditional Zapotec art. Alfredo Ruiz weaves the extraordinary design of virgin wool, colored with natural dyes.
Titled "La luz del horizonte" in Spanish.