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Solo Rugs Azeri M1889-288 Area Rug

Drawing inspiration from the ancient weaving traditions and motifs of Western Asia, rugs in this collection incorporate geometric and linear patterns that have been staples of hand-knotted rugs for millennia. Their timeless aesthetic makes them ideal pieces for any room.

Solo Rugs Heriz M1889-248 Area Rug

Produced in the slopes of Mount Sabalan, our Heriz area rugs are renowned for their durable wool as well as their bold, geometric patterns. The centerpiece is typically a prominent medallion that is woven from memory. These area rugs vary in size and color scheme based on the different…

Solo Rugs Arts And Crafts 176320 Area Rug

The Arts and Crafts designs made popular by English textile designer William Morris and Scotland's Donegal Carpets often included gingko leaves, thistles, flowers and willow trees. The palettes of these 19th and early 20th century rugs ran from mossy greens to bright jewel tones. With an emphasis…

Solo Rugs Eclectic M1877-329 Area Rug

This area rug collection contains a variety of rugs that are borderless, modernist, abstract, art deco derived, asymmetric, large-patterned, contemporary creations, or even Rorschach Blot designs. The Eclectic Collection has virtually no stylistic bounds and includes design influences from almost…

Solo Rugs Suzani 178352 Area Rug

Inspired by embroidered Suzani textiles from Uzbekistan, this rug features floral motifs in modern palettes and compositions. Hand-knotted of vegetable-dyed wool, the rugs are designed to retain their vibrancy for generations to come.

Solo Rugs Arts And Crafts 176381 Area Rug

The Arts and Crafts designs made popular by English textile designer William Morris and Scotland's Donegal Carpets often included gingko leaves, thistles, flowers and willow trees. The palettes of these 19th and early 20th century rugs ran from mossy greens to bright jewel tones. With an emphasis…

Solo Rugs Moroccan 177539 Area Rug

Inspired by the weavings of the Beni Ourain nomadic tribe in Morocco's snowy Atlas Mountains, this modern version offers lushness and warmth in addition to style. Its plush, shaggy pile is reminiscent of the original carpets, which were used as bedding to keep warm in freezing conditions. The…

Solo Rugs African M1909-44 Area Rug

Inspired by elements of traditional textile design from Western Africa, our African Collection offers a variety striking geometric patterns. Common motifs include diamonds, linear medallions, and stepped-fret shapes, giving these rugs a bold and visually-rich look. Their earth-toned palette and…

Solo Rugs Oushak M1884-51 Area Rug

These rugs develop the decorative schemes of late 19th century Turkish carpets. These rugs have large simplified, mostly abstract patterns in light tonalities featuring ivory, pale blue, rust, salmon and light green. The origin of these patterns derive from Persia, but the rendition is strictly…

Solo Rugs Silky Oushak M1898-80 Area Rug

The Turkish city of Oushak was a major rug production center during the Ottoman Empire and through the early 20th century. During that period, Turkish nomads created beautiful designs featuring stylized floral, star, and botanical motifs. Though early weavers were limited to a strict selection of…

Solo Rugs Lori 177236 Area Rug

Featuring fields of stripes with subtle patterns differentiating each row, these rugs are quietly striking. In fresh color palettes, the hand-knotted rugs are versatile enough to work beautifully in modern and traditional settings alike.

Solo Rugs Ikat 176951 Area Rug

At once classic and modern, this rug is inspired by central Asian and Uzbek silk ikats and reimagined in vivid colors. Hand-knotted and vegetable-dyed, the wool rug is designed to refresh a room for generations to come.

Solo Rugs Oushak M1890-63 Area Rug

These rugs develop the decorative schemes of late 19th century Turkish carpets. These rugs have large simplified, mostly abstract patterns in light tonalities featuring ivory, pale blue, rust, salmon and light green. The origin of these patterns derive from Persia, but the rendition is strictly…

Solo Rugs Vibrance M1877-57 Area Rug

These area rugs are over dyed, which may have been originally in Moroccan, Ikat or Oushak patterns. The color schemes range from bright blue to orange to ruby red, rose, bronze, gold as well as pale shades of pastel. Solo Rugs Vibrance Collection rugs make a bold chromatic statement in virtually…

Solo Rugs Oushak 177882 Area Rug

The Turkish city of Oushak was a major rug production center during the Ottoman Empire and through the early 20th century. During that period, Turkish nomads created beautiful designs featuring stylized floral, star, and botanical motifs. Though early weavers were limited to a strict selection of…

Solo Rugs Arts And Crafts 176228 Area Rug

The Arts and Crafts designs made popular by English textile designer William Morris and Scotland's Donegal Carpets often included gingko leaves, thistles, flowers and willow trees. The palettes of these 19th and early 20th century rugs ran from mossy greens to bright jewel tones. With an emphasis…

Solo Rugs Oushak M1851-403 Area Rug

These rugs develop the decorative schemes of late 19th century Turkish carpets. These rugs have large simplified, mostly abstract patterns in light tonalities featuring ivory, pale blue, rust, salmon and light green. The origin of these patterns derive from Persia, but the rendition is strictly…

Solo Rugs Modern 177375 Area Rug

For thousands of years, the tradition of hand-knotting rugs has passed from generation to generation. Because each knot is made by hand, rugs of this type are truly one-of-a-kind and can take months to complete. Due to high knot-per-square-inch counts, hand-knotted rugs are extremely durable and…

Solo Rugs Oushak M1803-100 Area Rug

These rugs develop the decorative schemes of late 19th century Turkish carpets. These rugs have large simplified, mostly abstract patterns in light tonalities featuring ivory, pale blue, rust, salmon and light green. The origin of these patterns derive from Persia, but the rendition is strictly…

Solo Rugs Lori 177198 Area Rug

Featuring fields of stripes with subtle patterns differentiating each row, these rugs are quietly striking. In fresh color palettes, the hand-knotted rugs are versatile enough to work beautifully in modern and traditional settings alike.

Solo Rugs Vibrance 178976 Area Rug

In saturated, all-over dyes, these hand-knotted rugs have modern vibrancy. Originally a Moroccan, Traditional, or Ikat, the rugs reveal classic designs beneath their gorgeous colors. Whether a soft pastel or a vibrant hue, the rugs make bold chromatic statements.

Solo Rugs Eclectic M1909-69 Area Rug

Inspired by cubism and its fascination with abstraction of tribal designs popularized in the early 20th century, our Eclectic Collection modernizes more traditional textile motifs in bold colorways. Geometricizing familiar florets and medallions, these pieces are a sophisticated take on the typical…

Solo Rugs Lori 177285 Area Rug

Featuring fields of stripes with subtle patterns differentiating each row, these rugs are quietly striking. In fresh color palettes, the hand-knotted rugs are versatile enough to work beautifully in modern and traditional settings alike.

Solo Rugs Ghazni 176913 Area Rug

For thousands of years, the tradition of hand-knotting rugs has passed from generation to generation. Because each knot is made by hand, rugs of this type are truly one-of-a-kind and can take months to complete. Due to high knot-per-square-inch counts, hand-knotted rugs are extremely durable and…

Solo Rugs Oushak 177920 Area Rug

The Turkish city of Oushak was a major rug production center during the Ottoman Empire and through the early 20th century. During that period, Turkish nomads created beautiful designs featuring stylized floral, star, and botanical motifs. Though early weavers were limited to a strict selection of…

Solo Rugs Kazak M1896-423 Area Rug

The Kazak Collection of area rugs takes its source from Caucasian rugs of the Kazak and Shirvan areas. Multiple medallions, centralized patterns, and allover layouts have all been given a geometric treatment. Saturated reds and blues are the main colors but ivory and light blues also appear. These…

Solo Rugs Arts And Crafts 176244 Area Rug

The Arts and Crafts designs made popular by English textile designer William Morris and Scotland's Donegal Carpets often included gingko leaves, thistles, flowers and willow trees. The palettes of these 19th and early 20th century rugs ran from mossy greens to bright jewel tones. With an emphasis…

Solo Rugs Ziegler M1851-303 Area Rug

The wide-ranging Ziegler Collection includes area rugs and large carpets in traditional Persian style but not as elaborated or complex. The designs are bold, striking and colorful. Heriz rugs, South Persian tribal pieces, true Ziegler Sultanabads, and almost any non-urban Iranian weaving has been…

Solo Rugs Oushak 177774 Area Rug

The Turkish city of Oushak was a major rug production center during the Ottoman Empire and through the early 20th century. During that period, Turkish nomads created beautiful designs featuring stylized floral, star, and botanical motifs. Though early weavers were limited to a strict selection of…

Solo Rugs Arts And Crafts 176364 Area Rug

The Arts and Crafts designs made popular by English textile designer William Morris and Scotland's Donegal Carpets often included gingko leaves, thistles, flowers and willow trees. The palettes of these 19th and early 20th century rugs ran from mossy greens to bright jewel tones. With an emphasis…

Solo Rugs Lori 177240 Area Rug

Featuring fields of stripes with subtle patterns differentiating each row, these rugs are quietly striking. In fresh color palettes, the hand-knotted rugs are versatile enough to work beautifully in modern and traditional settings alike.

Solo Rugs Moroccan 177534 Area Rug

Inspired by the weavings of the Beni Ourain nomadic tribe in Morocco's snowy Atlas Mountains, this modern version offers lushness and warmth in addition to style. Its plush, shaggy pile is reminiscent of the original carpets, which were used as bedding to keep warm in freezing conditions. The…

Solo Rugs Lori 177242 Area Rug

Featuring fields of stripes with subtle patterns differentiating each row, these rugs are quietly striking. In fresh color palettes, the hand-knotted rugs are versatile enough to work beautifully in modern and traditional settings alike.

Solo Rugs Lori 177294 Area Rug

Featuring fields of stripes with subtle patterns differentiating each row, these rugs are quietly striking. In fresh color palettes, the hand-knotted rugs are versatile enough to work beautifully in modern and traditional settings alike.

Solo Rugs Azeri M1889-285 Area Rug

Drawing inspiration from the ancient weaving traditions and motifs of Western Asia, rugs in this collection incorporate geometric and linear patterns that have been staples of hand-knotted rugs for millennia. Their timeless aesthetic makes them ideal pieces for any room.

Solo Rugs Lori 177195 Area Rug

Featuring fields of stripes with subtle patterns differentiating each row, these rugs are quietly striking. In fresh color palettes, the hand-knotted rugs are versatile enough to work beautifully in modern and traditional settings alike.

Solo Rugs Sari Silk 177947 Area Rug

For thousands of years, the tradition of hand-knotting rugs has passed from generation to generation. Because each knot is made by hand, rugs of this type are truly one-of-a-kind and can take months to complete. Due to high knot-per-square-inch counts, hand-knotted rugs are extremely durable and…

Solo Rugs Nain 177618 Area Rug

The tradition of hand-knotting rugs has been passed from generation to generation. Because each knot is made by hand, rugs of this type are truly one-of-a-kind and can take months to complete. Renowned for their timelessness, traditional-style rugs typically have uniform patterns, floral motifs,…

Solo Rugs Vibrance 178644 Area Rug

In saturated, all-over dyes, these hand-knotted rugs have modern vibrancy. Originally a Moroccan, Traditional, or Ikat, the rugs reveal classic designs beneath their gorgeous colors. Whether a soft pastel or a vibrant hue, the rugs make bold chromatic statements.

Solo Rugs Khotan M1889-2 Area Rug

Originating in the ancient trading city of Khotan, traditional Khotan rugs beautifully balance styles from different regions. Khotan was a Silk Road hub where traders of all cultures met - as such Khotan rugs feature a mix of Chinese details, Persian motifs, and Western elements. In that spirit,…

Solo Rugs Suzani 178439 Area Rug

Inspired by embroidered Suzani textiles from Uzbekistan, this rug features floral motifs in modern palettes and compositions. Hand-knotted of vegetable-dyed wool, the rugs are designed to retain their vibrancy for generations to come.

Solo Rugs Eclectic 176813 Area Rug

For thousands of years, the tradition of hand-knotting rugs has passed from generation to generation. Because each knot is made by hand, rugs of this type are truly one-of-a-kind and can take months to complete. Due to high knot-per-square-inch counts, hand-knotted rugs are extremely durable and…

Solo Rugs Suzani 178157 Area Rug

Inspired by embroidered Suzani textiles from Uzbekistan, this rug features floral motifs in modern palettes and compositions. Hand-knotted of vegetable-dyed wool, the rugs are designed to retain their vibrancy for generations to come.

Solo Rugs Arts And Crafts 176382 Area Rug

The Arts and Crafts designs made popular by English textile designer William Morris and Scotland's Donegal Carpets often included gingko leaves, thistles, flowers and willow trees. The palettes of these 19th and early 20th century rugs ran from mossy greens to bright jewel tones. With an emphasis…

Solo Rugs Paper Finish M1889-269 Area Rug

These rugs develop the decorative schemes of late 19th century Turkish carpets. These rugs have large simplified, mostly abstract patterns in light tonalities featuring ivory, pale blue, rust, salmon and light green. The origin of these patterns derive from Persia, but the rendition is strictly…

Solo Rugs Moroccan 177418 Area Rug

Inspired by the weavings of the Beni Ourain nomadic tribe in Morocco's snowy Atlas Mountains, this modern version offers lushness and warmth in addition to style. Its plush, shaggy pile is reminiscent of the original carpets, which were used as bedding to keep warm in freezing conditions. The…

Solo Rugs Lori 177329 Area Rug

Featuring fields of stripes with subtle patterns differentiating each row, these rugs are quietly striking. In fresh color palettes, the hand-knotted rugs are versatile enough to work beautifully in modern and traditional settings alike.

Solo Rugs Oushak 177721 Area Rug

The Turkish city of Oushak was a major rug production center during the Ottoman Empire and through the early 20th century. During that period, Turkish nomads created beautiful designs featuring stylized floral, star, and botanical motifs. Though early weavers were limited to a strict selection of…

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