Brown Wool Rugs(99 items)
Welcome to the Brown Wool Rug Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Brown Wool Rugs
Beautiful rug/ wall hanging
Received our two rugs today and they are better than I hoped! Beautiful workmanship or should I say work-woman-ship. These wil become art pieces for our walls. Price is right too! I would recommend any work by this artist.
a unique rug
I have three beautiful Ushak rugs and wanted a different style from the east. This rug is now on my living room floor. I love the coloration -- the blues, the pinks, and the fact that it combines Islamic and Hindu styles in one rug. Much praise to the designer.
Sonik Sethi Woven rugs and runners
"I worked for more than seven years with handicrafts until I realized that this was my cup of tea."
Popular Brown Wool Rugs
Handwoven Wool Area Rug in Brown and Beige (2x3) from Mexico, "Homestead Geometry"$99.99
Colors of brown and beige create the striped patterns and geometric motifs in this area rug by Mexican artisan Delfina Ruiz. She hand-weaves the rug of wool, featuring a rectangular shape with fringes at each end.
Modern Floral Brown/Orange Wool Blend Area Rug, "Garden in Fall"$2,450
Inspired by bold ethnic textiles and the rich hues of Indian spices, this collection encourages individual expression with a modern flair. Embellishing this mix of playful colors, some designs incorporate a raised carving effect. The collection combines fluid lines with highly textured hand-tufting for a look that's eye-catching, functional and quintessentially Jaipur.
Brown and Beige Hand Loomed Wool Area Rug (2x3), "Land of my People"$149.99
Using all-natural dyes derived from local plants, Alberto Ruiz crafts a versatile area rug in the Oaxacan tradition. The rug is woven on a handloom from pure wool in shades of chestnut and light beige. "I only try to convey a little bit of the joy of living in this fair land," Ruiz says.
Arrow Pattern Wool Area Rug from Mexico (1x3), "Arrows of Time"$79.99
Arrows of light taupe decorate the espresso body of this area rug from Mexico. The talented artisans of Mexico's Ruiz Bazan Family create this rug, which is handwoven from wool in the traditional style of Zapotec handicrafts. Fringes complete the rug at each end.