Current Trends

  • "Think: vintage rugs, open or glass cabinets with cookbooks, collected dish wares and other pieces from travel." - Tamara Honey, Decorist

  • "Bold patterns on rugs, and geometric patterns on wall coverings with black accents are very popular right now," says Melanie Roy of Melanie Roy Design in New York.

  • Jute - “While wool and silk will still be popular in the high-end market, Barnett believes there's another material that's worth considering in 2019. "Jute is a fiber that is often overlooked, but there are so many looks you can get from it that aren’t just a plain flatweave rug. It's also good for people who have allergies." -Elle Decor

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Regional Traditions

  • Natural fiber rugs from Tunisia are produced by professional craftsmen on horizontal looms of wood and rope in traditional workshops. Originally used in mosques and Moorish cafés ,  the mats are practical and convenient replacement to carpets, especially in summer. Handmade with traditional techniques, the mats have yet modern designs , patterns and colors that fit in contemporary lifestyle.  Light and washable, they are sanitary and prevent allergies. It’s an eco- friendly product.

  • Rugs from Egypt are manufactured our kilims in Fowwa, a small village situated along the lush Nile Delta. Rugs are made using quality wool yarn and dyes that are guaranteed to last a lifetime.

Typical Pricing

  • Handwoven wool rugs from Tunisia - $50m2

  • Rugs from Egypt - min of 13 pieces, 75 sq meter for cotton kilims/ 120 sq meter for wool kilims