We said goodbye to our fair share of beautiful rugs this fall! While we're sad to see them go, we're so happy they'll be put to good use in their new homes.
It's always hard to choose favorites, but here are four of the most memorable rugs that were re-homed this fall:
110-Year-Old Persian Malayer
This absolute stunner has been passed from home to home for more than a century! She is the poster child of a handmade vintage rug: one-of-a-kind, lasts for generations, and is gorgeous. She was a tough one to ship off, but we're so happy she has a new home!
80-Year-Old Persian Sereben
Speaking of being a poster child, this one is a perfect example of why we love the nuances of vintage handmade rugs: she looks more blue in some spots, more green in others. This kind of variation in colors is due to the wool being hand-died. She is so unique and lovely!
60-Year-Old Turkish Oushak
We love this girl's watermelon border! It's such a unique color and will completely brighten up any room. The size is nice too -- she can fit just about anywhere.
90-Year-Old Persian Drochk
This 90-year-old gal has a perfect smoky green/gray field, and she is soft! She's big, too, and will bring so much warmth and joy to her new home.
We'll be listing a ton more rugs soon. In the meantime, be sure to watch our Instagram stories. We do pre-sales most Mondays - Thursdays, and typically sell about half the rugs before they even get a chance to be listed on our site! Be sure to turn on your "bell" to get notifications.