Wool Runner Rugs(88 items)
Welcome to the Wool Runner Rug Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Wool Runner Rugs
I am blown away by the quality of this rug. I would actually feel so bad even stepping on it so I am debating on buying a quilt/rug hanger to make this a wall hanging instead.
Gorgeous colors and pattern
This is beautiful, well made and perfect for use over my carpet. The fringe on mine is much shorter than that on the picture and not as thick but that?s perfect since I?m not fond of fringe. This runner brightens my living room. Thank you, Zosimo Laura.
“Every great story has a humble beginning, this one is no different; before you take your second step, you must take your first.”
Popular Wool Runner Rugs
Hand Made Zapotec Wool Area Rug (1.5x6), "Diamond Path"$139.99
Diamond shapes in brilliant hues form lines that alternate with stripes. Leading the eye along a colorful highway, they express the vision of the Ruiz Bazán Family. Red, black and rich earth tones form a textured hand-loomed rug that reveals traditional Zapotec motifs. Titled "Camino Zapoteca" in Spanish.
Because each rug is individually woven on handlooms, measurements could vary +/- 1 inch (3 cm).
Modern Zapotec Wool Rug 2 X 6 Ft Handmade in Mexico, "Fish Fiesta"$249.99
Woven by hand, this handsome runner features fish in fiesta colors. Alberto Ruiz García and his wife create bright mirror images in virgin wool. Navy blue borders the bright area rug named "Armonía de Peces" in Spanish.
Because each rug is individually woven, measurements could vary +/- 1 inch (3 cm).
Mexican Star Motif Loom Woven Zapotec Runner Rug, "Azure Star"$699.99
Bands of multicolor diamonds dance delightfully across an ivory background. Gracing a handloomed rug, the intricate motifs allude to ancient Zapotec motifs. Alfredo Ruiz weaves a beautiful Zapotec rug in orange, beige, yellow, green and turquoise.
Titled "Estrellas azules" in Spanish.
Zapotec Wool Runner Rug with Natural Colors (2x6.5), "Oaxaca Fiesta"$249.99
Festive colors obtained from natural dyes bring to life traditional Zapotec glyphs in a runner rug by Irene Ruiz. She prepares the dyes herself, using cochineal for the red to pink spectrum, and walnut for browns. Ruiz weaves the wool rug on a pedal loom in the tradition of Teotitlán del Valle, Oaxaca.