Wool Area Rugs(703 items)
Welcome to NOVICA’s Wool Area Rugs collection! Natural dyes, traditional looms, and soft alpaca fleece: these are some of the elements that go into creating this exceptional gallery of wool rugs:
Featured Reviews on Wool Area Rugs
The colors are rich and beautiful, and the rug is as lovely to walk on as to look at. Im so impressed by the workmanship and grateful to have this artistry in my home.
Delfina Ruiz Zapotec wool rugs
"This is the art my parents dedicated their lives to, and it's what I know best."
“We have worked hand in hand with NOVICA for some time now; which has taught me in a very special way to listen to my heart. I thank NOVICA very much for the confidence and perseverance in being part of our growth process. I believe that our level of production... read more
Popular Wool Area Rugs
Zapotec Wool Area Rug from Mexico (4x7), "Stellar Magnificence"$587.99
Selecting bright colors to underscore dynamic patterns, Mario Chávez creates a rug of vibrant artistry. He is inspired by the legendary art of Oaxaca’s Zapotec people, evoking stars and arrows as he weaves the rug on a traditional pedal loom. Colors are obtained from natural dyes, and the rug is finished by hand.
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).
Red and Multicolor Authentic Handwoven Zapotec Wool Rug 4x6, "Linear Sun"$909.99
A verdant sun in a crimson sky centers this beautiful wool rug. Expertly woven by hand, it embodies generations of Zapotec artistry. Alfredo Ruiz selects virgin wool, dyed with organic colors, to create this design in a palette of primary hues.
Titled "Sol linear" in Spanish.
Red Handwoven Authentic Zapotec Rug from Mexico (6.5x10.5), "Embers of Fire"$1,819.99
Fiery embers glow with the promise of dancing flames. Woven by hand, this generously-sized rug displays the intricacy of traditional Zapotec art. Alfredo Ruiz weaves the extraordinary design of virgin wool, colored with natural dyes.
Titled "Rombos rojos" in Spanish.
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