Rectangle Orange Rugs(51 items)
Welcome to the Rectangle Orange Rug Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Rectangle Orange Rugs
Quietly opening the package, I felt astonished as this handwoven Zapotec rug was revealed. Its warm earthy beauty, the vividness of its colors (which are all naturally derived) -- the very feel of this little carpet in my hands -- what a gifted, sensitive artisan Irene Ruiz is! The photographs could not fully contain this. Her love for the earth and her culture, and the way she expresses that through her work, touch my heart. Thank you!
Love this artist
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!
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 Orange Rugs
Animal Themed Wool Area Rug, "Maya Bluebird"$142.99
Strutting proudly from fields of orange to gray, a bluebird shows Maya stylizations. Momosteco Weavers weave the image into a bold wool area rug. Woven by hand on a traditional loom, this dazzling rug is created entirely by hand, from carding, spinning and dying to creating the motifs.
Hand Woven Zapotec Wool Area Rug Runner 2.5x10 Arts, "Phases of the Sky"$599.99
Sun colors blaze across the handloom as Mario Chávez creates this extraordinary rug. Working in virgin wool, he weaves colorful medallions in yellow and orange. Bands of geometric motifs frame them as they glow on an elegant runner.
Titled "Fases de un día" in Spanish.
Because each rug is individually woven, measurements could vary +/- 2 inches (5 cm).
Cerulean Sunrise Hand Woven Wool Area Rug from Guatemala, "Sunrise Path"
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.