The already enormous list just keeps getting better and better.
You won’t be able to scroll down to the bottom of this list without finding a rug store that holds the rug that will position itself perfectly in you living room or bedroom.
The list keeps getting bigger and better too. We love browsing Instagram or Pinterest in search of the best rug stores that you haven’t heard of.
The goal was to curate a list that was useful to as many people as possible: highstreet fanatics, Moroccan enthusiasts and Boho hobos. We’ve got them all.
We have succeeded.
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Affordable Rugs: <$1000
Urban Outfitters is a well-known high street clothes fashion brand that caters to both men and women.
Not as many people are aware of the range of furnishings they have on offer and this includes their rug collection. Their style is typically skewed towards Bohemian and alternative.
You know Ikea, don’t you?
The juggernaut that managed to make assembling furniture, if not enjoyable, then tolerable. That in itself is worthy of a mention in this list but ultimately they produce some very nice Scandinavian-styled rugs.
Accessible to the masses both in design and price, worth checking out if you haven’t already. Especially if you’re new out of college.
Vintage Kilim is a Turkish rug and Kilim seller located on Etsy.
At the time of writing, Vintage Kilim have 450 reviews all at 5 stars and are very highly regarded.
After producing their wares for four generations, every secret to great quality has been whispered into the ears child who will soon take over the rug-based empire.
eCarpet Gallery want to help you achieve you luxury rug dreams. They believe by cutting out the middlemen and choosing to go with them directly, you’ll save money.
Emmanuel Torabi was one of the first sellers on the then fledgling eBay back in ’95. He won the game by shipping over his father’s Iranian rugs at break-neck speed.
The business took off and they’ve branched out from solely selling Iranian rugs into every style possible. From Serapi to Gabbeh to Traditional, if you don’t find what you’re looking for on eCarpet Gallery then you’re going to have to create a new rug niche.
Carpets Mall are a company situated in Pakistan with an Etsy storefront.
They have outstanding reviews, having been rated 5 stars over 1000 times and it’s not difficult to see why. Those who have purchased the carpet and rugs from Carpets Mall make note of the speed of delivery and intricate designs.
Communication between the seller and the buyer is exemplary. One of, if not the, most important aspect when buying expensive items.
Similar to Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie is a lifestyle brand that specializes in clothing as well as home furnishings. However, Anthropologie caters for those between 30-45 years of age.
All of Anthropologie’s products, including their rugs, fall into one of the these five categories: soft & delicate, boho chic, easy cool, elegant classic and modern sporty.
Those of you with severe mood swings may be all five in one day.
Not Only Rugs
If Not Only Rugs ever get their eyes on this list they’ll be raging.
Alas, it’s all they’ll be known for today.
Another Turkish vendor, great reviews with people really emphasizing the use of colors which you can see in the image above. Denizgul’s father’s mother began weaving in the 1940s which is how their journey all began.
West Elm originated in Brooklyn and you may be surprised to hear they design 95% of their furniture themselves, their team has been steadily increasing this number in the last few years.
With a wide selection of rugs, you’re sure to locate one suitable for your living room.
You can shop by the style you’re in search of, for instance solid color, Moroccan rugs or natural fibers. If you’re still discovering your style then shopping by room is also an option.
Khalked on Kilim
Although there aren’t a large number of rugs to choose from, you’ll agree that the ones Khalked on Kilim do have are beautiful and extremely vibrant, that pleasure is reflected in the reviews the rugs receive on Etsy.
They’d look perfect in a Bohemian or Eclectic style home without a doubt.
The Gardener’s House
Tiny but mighty is how The Gardener’s House describe themselves and we believe them.
In a passionate speech on their website, they proudly explain how buying from them helps to put food on the table of those who make rugs with traditional methods in a real Moroccan village.
Check out The Gardener’s House if you’re interested in the sleek minimalist style that controlled the design world during the 20th Century.
These are some of our favorite rugs.
Homestead used to sell on Etsy but did so well on the platform that they jumped ship and moved over to their own website to sell directly.
The designs are varied and always photographed next to a plant for scale, color combination and to remind you that you should never be too far from your green, photosynthesizing cousins.
Fine Moroccan Rugs
They aren’t going to win any awards for subtlety but at least you know what they’re selling.
Coarse Japanese teapots.
Nearly 900 products at the time of writing and most of them are rugs and blankets. These are some of the most authentic products products in this list so if that’s your preferred finish then what are you waiting for? The rug you think about as you put your head on your pillow and fall asleep at night will be sold to some punk who doesn’t deserve it in an hour.
Kennedy Rose Interiors
Jessica Clark curates a collection of rugs after turning her interior design passion into a career.
Collecting vintage rugs wasn’t enough and so she created a website to help others in a similar position to her find what they were looking for. That was in 2016 and it’s stronger than ever today.
Each item is carefully and thoughtfully handpicked to provide you with a rug that will be passed onto future generations to enjoy.
Mid-Range Rugs: $1000-$5000
Floor Story are based in London, UK but ship all over the world and are easily one of our favorites on this list. You should think of their rugs more like art and if you have a bit more money to spend then you’ll be rewarded with vivid, striking statement rugs that will take center stage.
You really should visit their website if you’re interested in rugs but just see their beauty. Floor Story work with the best designers in the business combined with certified ethical weaving centers to ensure quality and to help those at each stage in the rug industry.
Bijan Exclusive Rugs
Bijan focuses their collection on modern and traditional rugs, all of which have amazing details and strong colors.
The store is based in Sydney but the roots of Bijan’s expertise were established in the Bazaars of Iran during childhood. Great reviews have been gathered ever since the store opened and although you can’t view their rugs online, you can ask for a quote.
Loom and Kiln
Hannah Loumeau Leonard started Loom and Kiln to bring you the very best textiles and ceramics from around the world, curated in one place for simple sourcing for your home decor.
If you’re looking for a rug that’s spent some time gaining valuable life experience in real-world settings then this is the store for you to check out.
Prices range from the mid-hundreds to the mid-thousands but you’ll definitely find the rug for you if you prefer antique and aged designs.
Beni Ourain Carpets
Moroccan rugs is a collective term used to describe any rug style originating in Morocco. One such branch of the Moroccan rug tree is the Beni Ourain, reportedly known as the most prestigious of the lot.
Beni Ourain Carpets, found on Etsy but based in New York, specialize in selling Beni Ourain Rugs which makes them the most prestigious of the prestigious.
This makes more sense when you consider they’re voted 5 stars from a staggering 4,269 reviews at the time of writing.
Loom and Field
Textiles and homewares are the focus of Loom and Field, one places for artisan furnishings and boutique accessories to be displayed from around the world.
They literally travel the world to source these products.
What a life.
Their rugs are traditional Moroccan-style rugs with varying patterns and colors.
Not only that, 5% of the money that Loom and Field make is invested back into those same artisan craftsmen and craftswomen so you’ll be doing a good deed if you purchase your rugs from them.
The Vintage Rug Shop
When you flick through the rugs at The Vintage Rug Shop, you can immediately identify the antique rugs by the distinctive badge of honor.
You get to add you bit of history to a rug that’s over 100 years old, that’s special.
Launched in 2015, The Vintage Rug Shop is making waves in the luxury rug sector, take a look to find out why.
House of Seance
Wow, nearly 5000 reviews and the total still remains at five stars on Etsy since 2011, that’s over 500 items sold each year and everyone’s happy as larry with their products (House of Seance sells more than just rugs but they still need to maintain their amazing customer service throughout their range).
What strikes us about their rug range is the depth of some of the dark coloration.
They don’t only sell Moroccan rugs though, Swedish and Chinese designs are on offer too.
Frances Loom provide their customers with products that ooze history, integrity and comfort. Rugs that ooze personality and be displayed to show who you are as a person.
The rugs at Frances Loom really do have a unique pattern to them, unlike anything else in this selection of stores. They add the date the rug was produced to the listing too which is a brilliant touch.
Superb curation all round.
Luxury Rugs: >$5000
Charish is where the designers flock when they need inspiration for their next project, with its massive selection of strange and wonderful pieces.
They pride themselves on their customer service, which is all you want as the customer, isn’t it? Great products and people on the other end of the line to listen to you if you have any concerns.
Shop by size, style or brand to locate the rug you want. There really aren’t any designs that you can’t find here.