Modern rugs designed by Tim Van Campen are brought to life through hand-stitched needlepoint work.
This shibori-style silk rug is handmade from recycled silk fibers and crafted in imitation of the ancient Japanese Shibori dyeing technique.
This Turkish kilim rug is woven by nomadic tribes using hand-carded, pot-dyed Afghan wool.
Featured in a small-batch collection of contemporary kilim rugs, this Turkish kilim rug is woven by nomadic tribes using hand-carded, pot-dyed Afghan wool.
This oversized round rug from the Alchemy collection is handwoven in Jaipur, India from recycled sari silks.
Plush with a high pile, this oversized rug is handmade in Nepal from wool.
Our collection of modern rugs from Nepal voices design-forward patterns sharply in muted color palettes.
Like an abstract layered painting, this contemporary silk & wool rug is a textured display in variegated tonalities of teal, gray, and ivory.
A variegated field of ochre, burnt orange sepia, and ivory compose the striking abstract design of this contemporary wool rug.
Crimson emerges in painterly accents from rich pigments of cobalt on this contemporary wool rug.
A variegated field of indigo, pale blue, and dark rose emerges in sweeping strokes, like an abstract display of clouds, on this contemporary wool rug.
Handmade in Jaipur, India from recycled silk saris, this silk rug puts forth a sophisticated modern gray design on a shimmering canvas.
This contemporary rug is made from vintage sari silk and wool handspun and woven into an abstract pattern that shapeshifts with light.