Red Runner Rugs(30 items)
Welcome to the Red Runner Rug Collection!
Featured Reviews on Red Runner Rugs
This is Indian but it works great in our Mexican themed screen porch. Wonderful colors. I would rather shop at Novica than buy mass-produced. The textiles, in particular, are unique and vibrant.
Wow! Gorgeous design and colours
This table runner has a beautifully detailed pattern that is a delight to look at. The craftsmanship is superb - I am so happy that I discovered Novica, I keep coming back for more! Thank you for the patient work that has gone into making this lovely piece.
"A challenge is to teach my children and members of the community to weave, just as my parents taught me. In this way, we will preserve the handloom tradition."
"I was born and raised in a small town in Guatemala where I lived with my parents, five brothers and a... read more
Popular Red Runner Rugs
Cotton table runner, "Festival of Colors"$119.99
Women from the Waqxaqi' Kan Women's Group demonstrate their millennial textile skills with this extraordinary table runner. Meticulously woven on a backstrap loom, it combines bright colors with a black and white a traditional tie-dye technique. Hand embroidery appears along the length of this stunning cotton textile, which is finished with hand tied fringe.
Handwoven Geometric Motif Red & Ivory Cotton Table Runner, "Red Village Geraniums"$74.99
Ivory geometric shapes playfully align on a background of red. Decor motifs on ancient Zapotec temples inspire this beautiful cotton table runner by Olga Jimenez. Woven by hand on a backstrap loom, the fascinating textile culminates in macramé fringe and tassels.
Zapotec Wool Table Runner 1 x 4 Ft Red Handmade in Mexico, "Crimson Sun"$79.99
Glowing like embers, this table runner depicts the traditional Zapotec diamond motif. Cool paths of blue lead across the fiery fields. Woven on the handloom, this design exemplifies the craftsmanship of the Ruiz Bazán Family. The artisans use virgin wool to create masterpieces with the essence of their culture.
Because each piece is individually woven on handlooms, measurements could vary +/- 2 inches (5 cm) (2 in).