Ikat Rugs

Featuring signature neutral tones of ivory, brick, grey and beige, together with blurred abstract patterns resembling peacock feathers, snowflakes or fossils - Ikat rugs provide the ideal counterpoint to modern styling in contemporary homes. Read More

2x3' Gold Ikat Sample Rug 01

2x3 Gold Ikat Sample Rug

$150.00 $75.00
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5.12 x 8.83' Black and White Ikat Rug

5x9 Beige and Grey Ikat Rug

$2,939.00 $1,470.00

5.83 x 8.75' Multi Colored Ikat Rug

6x9 Brown Ikat Rug

$3,316.00 $1,658.00

6 x 8.58' Multi Colored Ikat Rug

6x9 Ivory Ikat Rug

$3,346.00 $1,673.00

6 x 8.58' Multi Colored Ikat Rug

6x9 Gold Ikat Rug

$3,346.00 $1,673.00

6.08 x 8.50' Ikat 1

6x9 Blue Ikat Rug

$3,359.00 $1,680.00

5.83 x 8.92' Grey and Tan Ikat Rug

6x9 Grey and Tan Ikat Rug

$3,380.00 $1,690.00
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5.92 x 8.83' Multi Colored Ikat Rug

6x9 Black Ikat Rug

$3,398.00 $1,699.00
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5.83 x 9' Gold and Brown Ikat Rug

6x9 Gold and Brown Ikat Rug

$3,410.00 $1,705.00

5.83 x 9' Multi Colored Ikat Rug

6x9 Blue and Grey Ikat Rug

$3,411.00 $1,706.00
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6 x 8.75' Blue and Tan Ikat Rug

6x9 Blue Ikat Rug

$3,412.00 $1,706.00
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5.92 x 8.9' Grey and Blue Ikat Rug

6x9 Grey Ikat Rug

$3,425.00 $1,713.00
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Carol U. The colors were very close to the sample. After a very long search, we are delighted to have this rug in our dining room!! The company is very easy to work with. Highly recommended!!!!!
Ken S. Our whole experience with Rugknots was excellent. The rug is perfect as described and photographed. George was was a huge help before we purchased. They seem to genuinely care about you as the customer at Rugknots. We'll buy there again!
Elaine B. Ordered a second rug after I got the first one as I liked it so much. The price is great, the rug is a good quality rug that looks like it cost a lot more. Good customer service also from the owners.


5.92 x 8.92' Blue and Tan Ikat Rug

6x9 Blue and Tan Ikat Rug

$3,432.00 $1,716.00

5.83 x 9.08' Multi Colored Ikat Rug

6x9 Gold Ikat Rug

$3,441.00 $1,721.00

6 x 8.83' Gold and Tan Ikat Rug

6x9 Gold Ikat Rug

$3,445.00 $1,723.00

5.92 x 9' Black and Tan Ikat Rug

6x9 Black and Tan Ikat Rug

$3,463.00 $1,732.00

6 x 8.92' Blue and Tan Ikat Rug

6x9 Blue and Tan Ikat Rug

$3,479.00 $1,740.00

6 x 8.92' Tan and Blue Ikat Rug

6x9 Grey Ikat Rug

$3,479.00 $1,740.00

8.92 x 6' Multi Colored Ikat Rug

6x9 Gold Ikat Rug

$3,479.00 $1,740.00

6 x 8.92' Multi Colored Ikat Rug

6x9 Gold Ikat Rug

$3,479.00 $1,740.00

6 x 8.92' Multi Colored Ikat Rug

6x9 Gold Ikat Rug

$3,479.00 $1,740.00

6.08 x 8.83' Blue and Tan Ikat Rug

6x9 Blue and Grey Ikat Rug

$3,490.00 $1,745.00



The History of Ikat Rugs

Produced all around the world, from Japan, Asia and India – and by our skilled artisans in Pakistan – the ‘resist dyeing’ technique used to create Ikat rugs requires a high level of expertise.

Ikat Rug Dyeing Techniques

Resist dyeing involves tightly bundling together yarns into a specific pattern before they are dyed, then re-wrapping the bundles and dyeing them again multiple times before the yarns are woven - creating the distinctive blurred abstract designs so popular with Ikat rug lovers worldwide.

The more precise and less blurred the design, the more adept the artisan was in lining up and retying the yarn bundles between each dyeing stage – meaning while some blurring will always occur, the highest quality examples will feature the most distinctive styling - such as those sold by RugKnots.

The Ikat Rug Naming Heritage

The word ‘ikat’ (sometimes written ikkat) derives from the Indonesian language, and brings together the root words for ‘knotting’ and ‘binding’ - and has long become a generic loan word in the English language to denote this type of rug.

One of the world’s oldest styles of textile decoration, in addition to the locations mentioned above the technique is still practiced in many countries of Central and South America, leading historians to believe the process developed independently in various different areas.

Drawing on the fascinating history behind these rugs, our skilled Pakistani artisans can hand dye and weave you a unique piece in the Ikat style – that benefits from our high quality imported New Zealand wool, organic and durable vegetable dyes, and a hand washing process to create a soft, luxurious finish.

Ikat Rugs: At a Glance

  • Imported wool from New Zealand & Pakistan
  • Allergy-free and hypoallergenic
  • Cruelty free wool sourcing
  • All natural vegetable dyes
  • Hand knotted Persian quality
  • 49 knots per square inch
  • Hand washed to ensure a luxuriously soft pile
  • Created by our specialists in just six months