5' 9''x5' 9'' Beige Blue Brown Color Hand Tufted Hand Made 100% Wool Transitional Oriental Rug
3' 10"x5' 10" Beige Blue Brown Color Hand Tufted Hand Made 100% Wool Transitional Oriental Rug
2' 6''x12'  Beige Blue Brown Color Hand Tufted Hand Made 100% Wool Transitional Oriental Rug
4' 10"x7' 10" Beige Blue Brown Color Hand Tufted Hand Made 100% Wool Transitional Oriental Rug
7' 9''x7' 9'' Beige Blue Brown Color Hand Tufted Hand Made 100% Wool Transitional Oriental Rug
7' 9''x9' 9'' Beige Blue Brown Color Hand Tufted Hand Made 100% Wool Transitional Oriental Rug
8' 9''x11' 9'' Beige Blue Brown Color Hand Tufted Hand Made 100% Wool Transitional Oriental Rug
9' 9''x13' 9'' Beige Blue Brown Color Hand Tufted Hand Made 100% Wool Transitional Oriental Rug
2' 6''x8'  Beige Blue Brown Color Hand Tufted Hand Made 100% Wool Transitional Oriental Rug
2' 6''x10'  Beige Blue Brown Color Hand Tufted Hand Made 100% Wool Transitional Oriental Rug

Multi Sizes Beige Handmade 100% Wool Arts & Craft Transitional Oriental Area Rug

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Regular price $ 447.00 $ 149.00 Sale

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This is a beautiful Beige, Blue, Brown, Orangy Red, Olive Green, Aubergine William Morris Design handmade rug from India. The rug’s design pays homage to Arts & Crafts tradition of rug making. Inspired by the designer William Morris, the rug favors a design sensibility that evokes nature in home interiors with intricate intertwining fruit, flower, and foliage patterns on the rug. The color palette is soothing and versatile to suit various home décor styles. With soft texture and timeless design, the rug is primed to add visual glamor and class to its surroundings.

  • Exact Size: Multi Sizes
  • Weave: Hand Tufted Rug
  • Yarn: 100% Wool
  • Color: Beige, Blue, Brown, Orangy Red, Olive Green, Aubergine, Gold
  • Origin: India
  • Pile Height: 0.75 inch
  • Condition: New
  • Rug#: ORH15664

Story Behind the Art: Originating as a protest against mass produced inferior factory products of the 19th century, the Arts and Crafts Movement favored originality and craftsmanship. William Morris, main proponent of the movement, emphasized the use of handcrafts over the use of machinery and introduced a new design sensibility that evoked nature in home interiors through furniture, upholstery, wallpaper and rugs with intricate intertwining fruit, flower, and foliage patterns. The popularity of Morris’s rug designs has endured to the current times and stands emblematic of Art & Crafts rugs with their simple, bold, informal design themes rooted in nature. Today, the Arts & Crafts rugs embrace a multitude of styles ranging from the Art Nouveau style (rug patterns with flowing, curvilinear lines and nature-inspired, floral designs), Mission-style as well as geometric patterns inspired by Native American designs, American Prairie style and Caucasian rugs (hand-knotted rugs made in a small, Middle-Eastern region called the Caucasus). Arts and Crafts Rugs' natural motifs and interesting color palette add to their versatility and enduring charm.