Rectangle Wool Rugs(388 items)
Welcome to the Rectangle Wool Rug Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Rectangle Wool Rugs
The color scheme and artwork of this rug lifts my living space to new heights. The rug is one of the most beautiful that I have ever seen. Thank you so much.
Nearly 15 years ago, I spent time in Oaxaca and visited Teotitlan del Valle, the village where most of these beautiful weavings are created (perhaps I even stopped by Albertos shop). I was unable to purchase a rug at that time, so it gives me much joy to have discovered Novica and to now have Albertos gorgeous rug warming my bedroom floor. Muchisimas gracias!
Exactly What I Wanted
My girlfriend and I moved from New Jersey to Sedona 8 months ago. We are in the process of decorating in a manner that is southwestern without being cliche, without being cartoonish. We looked at Zapotec rugs in local stores. They were what we were looking for in the way of rugs. I was prepared to pay the high price they were asking, but we didnt find exactly what we wanted. Then I happened on Novica, had never heard of this site, and found exactly what I wanted, for much less money, and a lot more of that money going to the artisan. This piece by Alfredo Ruiz is simply superb!
Alberto Ruiz Traditional handwoven Zapotec rugs and accessories
"I especially like diamond motifs, as they represent a kind of maguey coat of arms seen at Monte Albán. They exemplify my Zapotec heritage."
Popular Rectangle Wool Rugs
Inca-Inspired Wool Area Rug from Peru (2x3), "Inca Empire"$119.95
Inspired by the textiles of the ancient Inca, Peruvian artisan Gamaniel Esmit creates a beautiful area rug. In tones of crimson, saffron, and tangerine, geometric patterns decorate this handwoven wool rug, interspersed with zigzagging stripes of smoke grey.
Mexican Zapotec Blue Wool Area Rug (4x6.5), "Warrior Life"
Irene Ruiz designs a spectacular rug to honor the brave lives of Zapotec warriors. Zigzag glyphs exude a sense of energy while the step-like patterns symbolize the journey between life, underworld and heaven. Ruiz prepares colors from natural dyes and weaves the wool rug on a traditional loom.
Handwoven Zapotec Red Wool Rug with Diamond Motifs (5x8), "Golden Diamonds"
Precisely woven on a traditional handloom, geometric motifs form a brilliant sunburst. They attest to the weaving skill of Alberto Ruiz. He works in wool, colored with natural dyes, to create a dazzling area rug.
Because each rug is individually woven, measurements could vary +/- 4 inches (10 cm) (4 in).
Long Hand Loomed Wool Runner Rug (2.5x11), "Zapotec Vision"
This remarkable runner rug is the original design of Mario Chavez in Mexico. The Oaxacan artisan works with pure wool tinted with all-natural dyes that are obtained from local materials. The long, colorful runner features traditional Zapotec motifs in myriad colors on a body of red.