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Rugs offer more than just comfort underfoot. See how we gave a living room three distinct looks using a trio of rugs with different points of view: eclectic, traditional and minimal.

Rotating photos of three modern rugs

A close look at the fringe on our Safi rug

1. Eclectic

The wool-blend Safi rug is hand knotted and features a large-scale graphic pattern. One end of the rug features braided fringe, giving it a modern look with an edge.

Marquise rug has a modern take on tradition

2. Traditional

Tied one knot at a time, the Marquise rug combines ancient Turkish geometric patterns with an exaggerated scale and floral elements. It's finished with a wash to add slight color variation and vintage charm.

Nomad rug has a variegate stripe pattern

3. Minimal

Subtle and organic, the style of this rug works in formal or casual settings. Artisans hand weave the Nomad rug using a natural wool/cotton blend.

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1 Comment

  1. william says:

    Your sense of interior is just awesome can you please suggest me something. Recently I’ve got the interior of my entire house. Reds, strong blues and vibrant greens in particular. Please suggest me the best Area Rug, as I have a wooden Dining table in my dining room with vintage cutlery set and blue color painted walls, Suggest me something which goes absolute fabulous with this combination. I’ve been purchasing the rugs from https://therugmall.com/product/kaleen-traditional-brooklyn-5310-22-area-rug-collection/they have the great collection of rugs.

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