Rich colorwork potently voices the striking design of this vintage Anatolian wool rug from Turkey.
This handwoven wool rug displays a simple crimson medallion that interrupts a profusion of boteh motifs spanning across the soft beige ground.
This vintage Turkish rug, circa the 1950s, was reduced to a low-contrast field through cycles of sun-fading and washing - achieving a natural undyed palette and venting the true form of the Kars rug by marrying artisan technique and the natural elements.
Executed in clay and ivory hues, this antique Anatolian rug features a center medallion enclosed in an intricate web of distinct motifs.
Handwoven from wool, this rug displays a striking, traditional pattern in a neutral palette of beige, ecru, and hints of blue and espresso blue.
An allover repeat of simple geometric motifs form the field of this handwoven, vintage Anatolian wool rug.
This vintage wool rug from Turkey is sun-faded and sheared, revealing faint traces of ornate traditional motifs through soft pigments.
This oversized rug is featured in a collection of over forty distressed rugs that permutate vintage styles into a variety of muted color palettes.
Hand-knotted from wool in the early 20th century, this Turkish Oushak rug offers an authentic willow pattern in a spectrum of vegetable-dyed hues.
This oversized rug is featured in a collection of over forty distressed rugs that permutate vintage styles into a variety of modern color palettes.
Handmade in Jaipur, India from silk saris & excess wool, this textured rug reimagines iconic vintage motifs in an ethereal spectrum of vibrant colors.
This oversized rug from the Alchemy collection is handwoven in Jaipur, India from recycled sari silk and wool materials.
This Turkish kilim rug is woven by nomadic tribes using hand-carded, pot-dyed Afghan wool.
This vintage Turkish rug hand-knotted offers a dynamic pattern with authentic Anatolian motifs in a vibrant spectrum of vegetable-dyed hues.