Fall Favorites: Five Rug Picks For Spooky Season

Fall Favorites: Five Rug Picks For Spooky Season

Posted by Kolina Cicero on

We just got a ton of new arrivals in, and so many of them are fall-forward! With warm browns and rich oranges, charcoals and crimsons, these are our five handmade vintage rug picks for autumn:

No. E-2016 | 5'9 x 3'7 

This Persian Malayer is the pumpkin spice of vintage rugs! She's got a nutmeg field with some distress that leans oatmeal, plus some dark chocolate embellishments. Up close you'll see tiny bits of dusty blue, too. She is such a lovely little gal, and she's under $500!

No. N-2032 | 5'10 x 3'8

We are obsessed with this one! She is the epitome of autumn: a soft terracotta field with so many accents: oatmeal, dusty blue, chestnut, dark cranberry, and our favorite color in this rug, marigold! Look how charming those details are! Here's a close-up:

This is a prime example of why we love vintage rugs so much. A newly-made rug would never have these perfect pops of yellow on one side like this. There's just so much personality here!

No. R-2024 | 6'10 x 3'5

This neutral-colored gal is the chai latte of our fall rugs. The field is a dark camel and has beautiful cream-colored geometric designs throughout. The rug leans neutral, but the palette is rich in color. She's also under $500!

Lovers of the cream-colored pumpkins, gourds, and other neutral fall-time decor, this is your rug! Her field is gray and the delicate designs are sage, olive-brown, and espresso. She's an 85-year-old Persian Mahal and is in such great shape!

This one is a Persian Malayer from the 1950s, and she is a perfect fall-time rug! With the sharp, pointed designs and the muted camel and brown tones, she'd be great in a foyer and would be such a fun, festive welcome for guests.

While these five new arrivals would make great art for your floors in any season, they definitely lean autumn to us.

If you're in the Twin Cities metro area and would like to see these rugs in person, you can schedule a studio visit here!

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