3' x 4' Red/Moss Kazak Rug

3' x 4' Red/Moss Kazak Rug

Regular price $638.00 $319.00

Looking for a rug that will stand out in your living space? This 3' x 4' Kazak Rug features geometrical and floral patterns in the shades of red, green, black, brown and tan. The intricate designs and motifs give off a warm, cozy vibe that's perfect for adding sophistication to any space. This beautiful Kazak Rug has a very high knot count that accentuates its distinct lines and forms. The high knot count also makes this rug extremely durable.

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  • Kazak Rugs are characterized by their geometric designs. At Rugknots, we have Kazak Rugs available for every budget and every home. Our Kazak Rugs are handcrafted by our experienced artisans in the traditional rug making regions of Pakistan. They are hand-knotted using 100% wool and dyed using all-natural vegetable dye. Each rug is then hand washed a final time to create a luxuriously soft finish. Kazak Rugs are known for their durability, making them ideal for high traffic areas, hallways, dining rooms, and other spaces. For more tips, don't forget to check out this blog post on How To Decorate With Your Oriental Rug. We strive to provide the best area rugs for your home. With 100% Free Shipping and Guaranteed Free Returns (including return shipping), we know you'll be satisfied with our excellent RugKnots customer service. 


  • Collection: Tribal
  • Type: Regular Kazak
  • Size: 3' 0" x 4'10"
  • Primary Color: Red
  • Made in: Pakistan
  • Construction: Hand-Knotted
  • Knot: Turkish Knot
  • Material: 100% Wool
  • Returns: Free 30 Days Return
  • Shipping: Free
  • SKU: ARK-A9089
  • High quality bespoke rugs to compliment every room

    If you’re seeking the perfect hand knotted Oriental rug to complete any room, you’ve come to the right place. For over 30 years, RugKnots has crafted, imported and delivered the very highest quality rugs from the heart of Pakistan where skilled artisans have passed down specialist rug knotting secrets for generations.
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