Friday, May 2, 2014

fancy finds: rugs

A recent trip to Canoe, a textile and home furnishings store here in Louisville, has my mind on rugs. Brimming with colors and patterns from gorgeous rugs, accessories, decorative accents, and furniture from around the world, the store is both beautiful and inspiring. Thanks to their wonderfully curated selection, rugs with bright colors and bold traditional patterns have been catching my eye.

1.  Kilim rug,  7'7" x 6'9" -  $1000
2.  Moroccan Hakima Berber natural rug,  4'7" x 9'2" -  $1594
3.  Handwoven Medina rug, various sizes - $98 - $1698
4.  Rhapsody wool woven rug, various sizes - $101 - $2119
5.  Antique Anatolia Turkish Kilim rug,  60" x 85" -  $785
6.  Konya Tulu shag rug,  2'10" x 5'10" -  $575

1 comment:

  1. Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Turkey and China are among the countries where some of the finest rugs are made. Rugs from these countries are popular among locals, as well as United States, Canada and European countries. Persian hand knotted area rugs now decorate some of the richest homes in New York City and Toronto, as well as other cities in Canada and United States.


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