“Gelato (ice cream shades), standout and luxurious entryway rugs, geometric patterns, larger sized rugs, earthy tones, custom made, bold mix of color, fringing, low pile, rugs as wall art, layering rugs, kilims, outdoor rugs, striped rugs.” — Decoraid
“I think we will still continue to see authentic Moroccan rugs used in all styles of homes. There are so many places to use these beautiful handmade rugs - many of which are one-of-a-kind. Bright bold colors are in for 2019 so these rugs can do just the trick to brighten a space up!” — Jennifer Wagner Schmidt, JWS Interiors
"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." — 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 flat-weave rug. It's also good for people who have allergies.’" — Elle Decor
Pricing, Minimums & Terms
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Natural fiber rugs from Tunisia.
Jute rugs from India.
Kilims from Egypt.
Shag rugs from India and Guatemala.
Flat weaves from Tunisia
One-of-a-kind vintage Berber rugs from Morocco.
Sheep skins from Ireland.
Recycled denim from Guatemala.
Rush and natural fibers
Variety of Moroccan rugs (one-of-a-kind and made-to-order): Beni Ourain, Boucherouite, Boujad Rug