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Warning: You might need to sit down for this one - we have a ton of area rugs on sale up to 50 percent off, and it’s only on for a week, so don’t miss out! If your number one goal this holiday season is to score huge deals on amazing products then you're in luck! It’s absolutely too good to be true, yet here we are living in this dream - and FYI, shipping is free. What better way is there to celebrate Cyber Monday than with a rug that has a killa sticker price. Shop categories like Modern, Traditional or Tribal, and don't forget to get your home holiday-ready before your busy hosting duties begin.
Have you been putting off rug shopping because the market is overwhelming? There's no denying that a stunning area rug can completely transform a space. We have a huge array of styles, designs, and deals on quality rugs from the Cyber Monday Sale - making it easy for you to find a rug that matches your personal style. From runners to large area rugs, we've rounded up our favourite picks to feature in any room of your home. Whether it's the bold patterns or plush textures, an eye-catching area rug can instantly update a living space. These affordable rugs will not only save you extra cash for other small updates but also keep your home looking good even after the holidays. We would like to show you some of the ways you can use an area rug throughout your house to make it feel more like home.
Check out some of our special offers below along with interior inspiration for you to sink your teeth into.
Featured Rugs (left to right)
ARWEN Classic Berber - Sourced from the Atlas Mountains in Morocco our fabulous range of authentic Berber rugs are hand-selected and finished to the highest of standards. Berber rugs are considered to be the most prestigious rugs in Morocco; they are hand-knotted by the Berber tribes, luxurious and perfect for almost anywhere in the home. These rugs are typically found in neutral colours, and shoppers have their choice of black or coloured etchings worked into the surface, making it easy to find a rug that blends with any style decor. If your interior design preference is minimalist, choose a Beni Ourain rug for its classic repeating diamond patterns and simple lines. Comfortable, plush, and beautiful, this type of Berber rug lays the foundation for a cosy, calm environment. Ideal for crawling youngsters and bare feet, such a rug is the perfect addition to your living room or bedroom.
RHEA Royal Agra - Royal Agra rugs are of a Persian design but woven around the towns of Varanasi, Agra, Jaipur, Mirzapur, and Bhadohi. They combine the grandeur and grace of the well-known Persian antique carpet designs with their own original themes. The whole artistic “cross-pollination” between these two places, Agra and Persia, carried on until the end of the 19th century. A popular Agra carpet design consists of spiraling vines, often combined with small organisms such as birds, elephants, and even people. Weavers of Agra were masters at vegetable dyeing; eventually creating their own unique palette of colour - a profusion of gold combined with soft mid-tone blues are often flaunted. These combinations of colour give many Agra rugs a light, ethereal appearance, which is beautiful and stunning in any home. Remarkably they enhance today’s modernist interiors.
TALLULAH Persian Baluch - A Baluch rug (also known as Baluchi) is a handmade rug made by the Baluch nomads. The Baluch nomads are situated between Iran, Pakistan, and Afghanistan. Traditionally, Baluch rugs are often small with lively geometric patterns. These designs are extremely popular and can be used in a wide variety of interiors, especially southwest, and arts and crafts. However, because of their nature, they can also be used successfully in very traditional or modern layouts. The dominating colours are usually red, brown, and dark blue. They are hard-wearing, good value, and sought after in the West due to their tribal appeal and complementing aesthetic to today’s modern home.
Featured Rugs (left to right)
LENNOX Vintage Persian Farahan - Farahan is located in central Iran, south of Tehran - near the cities Arak, Kashan, and Qum. These rugs astound us with their beauty and will exquisitely blend modern, contemporary, and traditional interiors - they are one of the most durable of Persian rugs and can be very valuable. With their English-inspired charm and earthy colour palette informed by the natural world, the Persian Farahan rugs emanate so much character and would be a wonderful addition to any interior; especially one inspired by the Arts and Crafts, Art Nouveau, or Prairie School movements. They usually feature a large-scale central cusped medallion anchored with trefoil palmette finials at either end. Perfect for a great room, wine cellar, executive suite, conservatory, hotel lobby, living room, dining room, drawing room, private library, large home office, large bedroom, or formal sitting room.
ROMY Persian Malayer Runner - Malayer is a city in Iran, located within the province of Hamadan. Local weavers traditionally produced a wide range of traditional patterns from all-over motifs to lozenge-shaped medallions. This Persian Malayer runner, circa early 20th century, relies heavily on exquisite details, as well as small-scale flowers, palmettes and a multi-medallion design. Malayer rugs are normally built on cotton foundations and are examples of true Herati designs. They are known for the quality of the weave, design and wool, and are some of the most artistic and beautiful Persian rugs/runners to come out of Iran. If you love the art of tribal weaving but are drawn to finer more refined artistic patterns, then you're onto a winner here.
MAE Persian Qum Silk - Most of the hand-knotted high-quality Persian silk rugs are made in the city of Qum. Despite their shorter history, Qum Silk Persian rugs are now among the most popular, which is down to the superior standard of craftsmanship and the rich variety of patterns. They feature allover designs or pictorial images of landscapes, hunting, and historical scenes. The artists and craftsmen adopted many of these beautiful designs and motifs from other rug producing regions and interpreted them with enormous skill. All designs are planned with every element carefully worked out before the piece is made. The very fine silk used in these rugs makes them distinctive, allowing the weavers to create refined and intricately detailed patterns with floral motifs around a medallion, whether in traditionally inspired or modern and innovative designs.