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MEHARI 23095-6248 RUG

MEHARI 23095-6248 RUG

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Nihavend Gri

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REGAL 89665-7949 RUG

REGAL 89665-7949 RUG

An allover stylized pattern of medallions and angular motifs emerges from a saturated slate and mint green field on this one-of-a-kind rug from the Veda collection. Hand-knotted in Pakistan from a wool blend, this rug is a cross-pollination of aesthetics, revealing an amalgam of cultural influences on the weaver who created it. Subtle variations in technique result in a unique tactile experience, no two pieces are alike.

An allover stylized pattern of medallions and angular motifs emerges from a saturated slate and mint green field on this one-of-a-kind rug from the Veda collection. Hand-knotted in Pakistan from a wool blend, this rug is a cross-pollination of aesthetics, revealing an amalgam of cultural influences on the weaver who created it. Subtle variations in technique result in a unique tactile experience, no two pieces are alike.

Karastan - Karastan Titanium Andeols Slate Area Rug #153761

Karastan - Karastan Titanium Andeols Slate Area Rug #153761

An allover stylized pattern of medallions and angular motifs emerges from a saturated slate and mint green field on this one-of-a-kind rug from the Veda collection. Hand-knotted in Pakistan from a wool blend, this rug is a cross-pollination of aesthetics, revealing an amalgam of cultural influences on the weaver who created it. Subtle variations in technique result in a unique tactile experience, no two pieces are alike.

An allover stylized pattern of medallions and angular motifs emerges from a saturated slate and mint green field on this one-of-a-kind rug from the Veda collection. Hand-knotted in Pakistan from a wool blend, this rug is a cross-pollination of aesthetics, revealing an amalgam of cultural influences on the weaver who created it. Subtle variations in technique result in a unique tactile experience, no two pieces are alike.

Taiko IV, Paula Roland

Pulsating rhythm dominates these paintings, some in the natural ripples of water, air, or emotions, some as syncopations in open space.

Red Mamluk Area Rug

I was a little hesitant about purchasing a rug online, but the beautiful prints and fantastic prices lured me in. It looks just like the picture, it's a nice, heavy quality, and I received it at my door within days of purchasing it.