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May 10, 2013
Easier than painting and less of a commitment than hanging curtains, these five rugs will brighten any corner (or the center) of your home.
This 2'5" by 3'3" rug is an improvised interpretation of crazy quilt designs.

Colorful boucherouite rugs were made by Berber women between the 1950s and 1970s. Learn more about them in this slideshow of these special “rag rugs.”

 
Originally appeared in Berber Ragtime
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Kelly Wearstler, one of America’s most well-known interior designers, has been working with The Rug Company since 2008. Here she gets graphic, depicting gradient squares in hand-knotted Tibetan wool.

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The Grass Rider floor mat by Domestic Construction can be used indoors or out. 

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orange Tresse rug by Samuel Accoceberry for Chevalier Edition

French industrial designer Samuel Accoceberry’s braid-like rugs for Chevalier are hand-knotted in Nepal from wool or a wool-silk blend.

Originally appeared in All Rugged Up
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This hand-felted, hand-sewn rug from Stephanie Odegard is made from 100% recycled strips of wool, with a style inspired by traditional artisan craftwork. As it's able to be bought by the square foot, you can accent a spot in the living room or fill your floor with a larger piece.

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This 2'5" by 3'3" rug is an improvised interpretation of crazy quilt designs.

Colorful boucherouite rugs were made by Berber women between the 1950s and 1970s. Learn more about them in this slideshow of these special “rag rugs.”

 

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