Oriental Rugs

Oriental Rugs

RugKnots features a large selection of hand-knotted Oriental Rugs for sale so you can find the best rug for your space. Not sure how to incorporate an Oriental Rug with your home decor? Shop our different collection themes below and read our blog post From Blah to WOW - Decorating with Oriental Rugs to learn more. 
All of our Wool rugs SHIP FREE in any U.S. state!  

Hand-Knotted Oriental Rugs

It's one thing to be highly knowledgeable and informative about Oriental Rugs, but it's another thing to be overly passionate about the Rug industry. Owner of RugKnots, Naheed Mir, grew up in Lahore, Pakistan, right in the center of the Oriental Rug Industry. She has always loved any well-made rug like Turkish Rugs or Iranian Rugs, but she will be the first to admit that she has a bias towards authentic Bokhara Persian Rugs because they are handmade in her home country.

Our traditional Oriental Rugs are hand-knotted by expert rug artisans who have been weaving oriental designs for years as their full-time job. We have several different collections of Oriental Rugs, including our Persian Rugs, Natural-Fiber Rugs, Bokhara Rugs, Patchwork Rugs, Kilim Rugs, and Round Oriental Rugs. All of our collections are 100% GUARANTEED Authentically made.

How We Do It: Authentic, High-Knot Counts at Discounted Rug Prices

We are able to sell our Hand-knotted rugs at discounted prices because of RugKnots ships your new rug directly from our warehouse Pakistan or here in Hagerstown, Maryland. We do not source our rugs from multiple locations, which would add extra warehouse costs for you! If you are looking to buy Oriental Rugs online do check us out.

We specialize in Oriental Weaver Rugs also known as Oriental Hand-Knotted Rugs

We have a large selection of Wool oriental rugs which include sizes like  8x10  area rugs,10x14 oriental rugs, and Oriental Rugs Runner

Types of Oriental Rugs we have are Bokhara Rugs, Peshawar Rugs, Kazak Rugs, Persian Rugs, Kilim Rugs, Patchwork Rugs, and Wool and Silk Rugs

We know you'll absolutely love the traditional red oriental colors and the beautiful motif Persian Rug designs! We also know that shipping costs can be expensive when looking for online rugs for sale near me so we have decided to pay for all of your shipping costs! Yes, that includes 30-day FREE returns as well!

What are you waiting for? Shop our Oriental Rugs Collection today! For every rug purchased, 15% of the proceeds will be donated to The Citizens Foundation to help build schools in Pakistan and end child labor!

Oriental Rugs: Keys Specs

  • Features imported wool from New Zealand & Pakistan
  • Hypoallergenic and allergy-free
  • Cruelty-free wool sourcing
  • All natural vegetable dyes
  • Hand knotted Persian quality
  • An incredibly detailed 126 knots per square inch
  • Washed by hand to ensure a luxuriously soft pile
  • Created by skilled artisans in 4-6 weeks












<h1>Ikat Rug</h1>
<p>What is an Ikat? Wikipedia defines “<span style="font-weight: 400;">ikat</span><span style="font-weight: 400;"><span style="font-weight: 400;">” as “a dyeing technique used to pattern textiles that employ resist dyeing on the yarns prior to dyeing and weaving the fabric” This process is centuries old and our expert weavers in Pakistan have mastered this skill.</span></span></p>
<h4><span style="font-weight: 400;">RugKnots Ikat Rugs</span></h4>
<p><span style="font-weight: 400;">This collection of rugs is categorized as under our modern area rugs for the Ikat’s unique design. The collection features rugs made with:</span></p>
<li><i><span>100% New Zealand Wool</span></i></li>
<li><i><span>All-Natural Dyes</span></i></li>
<li><i><span>Hand Knotted by expert weavers</span></i></li>
<li><i><span>Beautiful Blue and Tan Colors</span></i></li>
<li><i><span>Abstract Ikat Pattern</span></i></li>
<li><i><span>Free Shipping</span></i></li>
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<p><span style="font-weight: 400;">Traditional wool meets modern design- what could be better? These Ikat rugs are the perfect recommendation for people who want an area rug that will stand out, but not steals the show away from the room. The process of making a RugKnots Ikat rug starts in Pakistan with our expert artisans. First, they bundle our all-natural New Zealand Wool together and dip dye it to create the blurred effects. Next, once the wool has dried, the weavers began to hand knot the wool onto an Ikat canvas, which is made of cotton. After weeks of delicate and precise knotting, the ikat rugs become artwork of effortless Ikat patterns that no machine could ever duplicate. </span></p>
<p><span style="font-weight: 400;">Our Ikat area rugs are truly one-of-a-kind and we believe that these rugs are becoming one of the top new trends in living room home decor and rug styles. Be sure to consider Modern Ikat Rug when searching for home decor in your living space! </span></p>
<h4><span style="color: #000000;">Ikat Style Rugs</span></h4>
<p><span style="font-weight: 400;">The RugKnots Ikat Collection comes in two beautifully vivid colors of dye: tan and blue.</span></p>
<h4><span style="font-weight: 400;"><strong>Blue Ikat Rugs</strong></span></h4>
<p><span style="font-weight: 400;">From baby blue to teal to navy ikat area rugs, we have the <a href="" title="Why the color blue is calming">shades of blue</a> you’re searching for. Accompanied by charcoal greys, ivory, and beige, our blue ikat rugs are as calming as the ocean itself. </span></p>
<h4><span style="font-weight: 400;"><strong>Tan Ikat Rugs</strong> </span></h4>
<p><span style="font-weight: 400;">If you have hardwood floors of any shade, we have the perfect tan or <a href="" title="Brown Ikat Rug from RugKnots">brown Ikat rug</a> to match! These Ikat rugs combine golden tans, chocolate browns, and taupes for the ultimate <a href="" title="How to Decorate a Neutral Color Scheme">neutral color scheme</a> that is perfect for the living room!</span></p>
<p><span style="font-weight: 400;">Some of the variety we carry are Diamond Ikat, Navy Ikat, Black Ikat, and Faded Ikat Rugs</span></p>
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<h4><span style="font-weight: 400;">FAQ's</span></h4>
<h4><strong>What kind of wall art would pair with these rugs?</strong></h4>
<p><span style="font-weight: 400;">We love the tribal/tropical feel that these rugs give, so we suggest pairing them with elements of wood like tiki mask wall art!</span></p>
<h4><strong>Can I use a wool rug like this in my dining room?</strong></h4>
<p><span style="font-weight: 400;">Yes! A lot of people think that they have to put <a href="" title="Hand Knotted vs. Hand Tufted Rugs: How Are They Different?">hand-tufted rugs</a> in their dining room because they are somewhat easier to clean. However, wool rugs will hide dirt better for when there are tiny particles- which is great because vacuuming under a heavy dining room table can be difficult to do! </span></p>
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