The thick border in this Turkish Oushak evokes the same vibe as Elizabeth's gorgeous rug choice for the dining room above. The color scheme is similar too, with an oatmeal field, tiny hints of mauve, and flourishes of dusty blue. And it's the perfect size to place underneath a dining room table or a bed.
The oatmeal field of this Turkish Keyseri is such a strong neutral that it would go with so many different styles, like clean and classy or boho and moody. It's a little more muted than the rug in Elizabeth's dining room design above, but close up you can see shades of slate blue, olive/gray, and taupe. Such a lovely rug!
This Persian goddess is from the 1940s and she is absolutely stunning. The field is brown/olive mixed with greenish khaki, and it features hints of dusty blue, which may lean indigo or periwinkle in some spots. This is what we love so much about vintage rugs -- the variations in color and design make them truly one-of-a-kind.
Here's a warmer vibe than the rug in the dining room design above. This is another rug from the 1940s, and it's one of our absolute favorites. It's got an oatmeal and taupe field and its embellishments are espresso, dusty blue, and sage. There are also hints of beige and sage throughout -- a beautiful collection of colors! We could see this rug in a living room under a big wooden farm table in the dining room.
This rug has got a lot of the same colors as the one under the dining room table in the Elizabeth Lawson design above. The field is oatmeal and the designs run muted brick, dusty blue, pink, taupe, and camel. This would be the way to go if you're looking to add some pizzazz to a space.
If you have any questions about these Elizabeth Lawson Design-inspired rugs, or any other rugs we carry, feel free to reach out to us!