rug roundup part two: patterned rugs (part 2)


today’s guide is the second half of our patterned rug roundup. last week i posted part one, which was only a small portion of the rug guides i’ll be posting over the next week or two. so far we’ve posted runners and patterned rugs part one so i hope you’ll enjoy patterned rugs part two and stay tuned for basic/solid-colored rugs next tuesday!

[image above, clockwise from top left: unni rug $19.99, talitha rug by madeline weinrib at abc home, alvine rug $129, lovebirds rug $270+, dwell studio rug $75]


[image above, clockwise from top left: nelumbo rug $75+, richard nixon rug $600, delos rug $799, wonder wool rug $310+, flock rug $150]


[image above, clockwise from top left: palm rug $1800, suzanne rug by madeline weinrib, marrakesh rug $895, bloomery rug $439, optics floormat $76]


[image above, left to right: feather rug $270+, delos icon rug $379+, emma gardner ‘flowers on water’ rug, giraffe rug $295+]


[image above, clockwise from top left: angela adams birch rug $349, carousel rug $1800, martha stewart journey rug $420+, pieter van tuyl rug $7500 (splurge!), liam celery rug by madeline weinrib]


[image above, clockwise from top left: rug by amy helfand, kenga rug $349+, ranunculus rug $309+, emma red and zig zag (red and white) by madeline weinrib, hedda rug $249]


[image above, clockwise from top left: mini lulu rug $54, pat nixon rug $600, coqo rug $78+, morocco rug $249+, fuller rug by peace industry $2020, dwell studio striped rug $79.99]


[image above, clockwise from top left: lace flower rug $450+, spray rug by emma gardner $4950+, pixel crewel rug $295+, vintage lace rug by georgia chapman]

  1. Tracey says:

    Great selection of rugs! The layout is so attractive, I want to print it out and frame it as a collage!

  2. some really awesome prints! thanks for inspiring!

  3. Jozette says:

    AHHH! I am so in the market for rugs right now!!! And I LOVE all of these!! I’m going to check out those links immediately. Thank you!

  4. Lynn says:

    Great selection! I just purchased the Thomas Paul plum feather rug for my office in a 10 X 12. I must say, it looks great in person!!

  5. As a weaver I am really enjoying your rug guide roundups!!

  6. anne says:

    These are great! Thanks for showing rugs in a wide price range.

  7. Jennifer says:

    I love your rug series! There’s so many options in one place…it’s great. I’m glad you showed cb2’s moroccan b&w rug, it’s been one of my fevorites for a long time!!

  8. freddygirl says:

    Thank you for all the pattern goodness!!

  9. i don’t even know where to focus, there are so many pretty patterns!~ i love this series as i’m definitely a rug addict….

  10. rachael says:

    can you give any advice on how to pick out a rug?

  11. Tanner says:

    Sorry if this is the question of the hour, but any news on the scholarship yet? :)

  12. simplygrove says:

    I love this collection of rugs!! Grace you are my blog hero!!!

  13. grace says:

    tanner

    i’ve emailed half the applicants so far- there were over 2,000 so it’s taking me a while to get through them all.

    the finalists will be up friday.

    grace

  14. ethanollie says:

    hi grace…..great roundup!

    off the topic a little… but would you happen to know a good source for fabric in some of the herringbone/ ikat/ stripes similar in style and color to the rugs featured here? i’m looking for making curatins/ drapes.

    thanks,
    kim

  15. grace says:

    kim

    hmm…i’d try reprodepot.com or purlsoho.com to start.

    grace

  16. Great selection! I read on 1st dibs you were going to have an upcoming biz meetup in Austin. Has a date been set for that yet?

  17. grace says:

    not yet- i’m going to try to get down this summer or very early fall :)

    grace

  18. tanya says:

    I loved the Georgia Chapman rugs! Is there anywhere to order her rugs from the U.S since she is based in Australia?

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