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Most people look to interior designers for help if they find interior decorating too intimidating. But aside from reaching out to experts, homeowners can easily elevate the beauty of their homes by incorporating bespoke area rugs into their decor.

Designer rugs are vital in creating chic and functional areas in a given space. These versatile tapestries come in various color palettes, textures, and patterns. The right bespoke rug will help you explore a variety of interior styles, from modern concepts to more traditional themes.

Fans of the Scandinavian interior style can use muted beige and gray square area rugs to achieve its popular rectilinear look. You can also pair your gray bespoke rug with natural materials like wood and rattan to tie the entire look together.

Meanwhile, buyers who love traditional themes like the regal Victorian and French country farmhouse style will enjoy antique rugs. Accentuate the beauty of your vintage dining table by placing a bespoke area rug with intricate frames and medallion patterns underneath it.

Besides helping you recreate various interior styles, luxury area rugs are also useful for creating visual pathways and illusions. For instance, a striped bedroom area rug with horizontal lines can emphasize the size of your bedroom. On the other hand, using a runner bespoke rug with vertical lines can highlight the length of your hallways.

Suppose you want your Banksy painting to be the focal point of your industrial-inspired living room. If so, we recommend using striped square area rugs with lines that draw the eyes toward the artwork. You can also use bespoke area rugs to create designated areas in your open-plan apartment in Beverly Hills.

Ultimately, rugs open your doors to the endless possibilities of sophisticated interior design. And as a premier rug store, Cyrus Artisan Rugs has made it its mission to help home stagers and homeowners in Beverly Hills, CA, turn their homes into elevated living spaces.

Rug Styles & Types

Cyrus Artisan Rugs' wide selection of designer rugs includes eight of today's most popular rug styles and types.

Traditional Style

This traditional rug style highlights the classic color palettes and patterns of handmade rugs we know and love. It features shapes like octagons and hexagons as well as rich shades of reds, blues, and purples.

These luxury area rugs are often used as statement pieces in modern settings because of their rich visual volume. You can use them as the centerpiece of your wabi-sabi office and place them underneath your office table. We also suggest hanging them on one side of the room and displaying them like artwork.

Traditional bespoke rugs are also perfect for creating cozy atmospheres. If you want to recreate a French country farmhouse's rustic aura in your home, we recommend pairing your traditional handmade rugs with other feminine patterns like small floral arrangements.

Transitional Style

Traditional and contemporary rug designs influence transitional handmade rugs. They mix feminine floral prints with cutting-edge color palettes to create visual balance. These bespoke area rugs are popular for their versatility and casual elegance.

If you want to balance charm and elegance in your home, transitional designer rugs are the perfect tapestries for you. Their intricate patterns will add a hint of luxury to your home, while their washed-out color palette will keep your space neutral and open.

Transitional bespoke area rugs are also great for updating your home's interior style. If you want to spice up your home's overall look without changing its interiors drastically, you can add a transitional luxury area rug to your living room and call it a day.

Tribal Style

Tribal handmade rugs are the perfect decor for buyers who want a great conversation starter for their living room. Initially, nomadic weavers used naturally-sourced materials to create these colorful tapestries. But over the years, rug brands and designers started to use other manufacturing techniques to produce them.

The patterns of these bespoke rugs included ornamental shapes, ram horns, and diamond-inspired figures. Additionally, their color palette featured bold reds, browns, and blues often associated with Mediterranean and bohemian-inspired interiors.

Despite their relatively eclectic design, you can still use tribal bespoke rugs for other concepts like the minimalist Japandi style. These colorful tapestries will add warmth to your home's clean appearance and prevent it from looking flat.

Contemporary Style

Contemporary designer rugs are similar to transitional bespoke rugs; they both highlight modern design trends. Typically, these tapestries are divided into two categories depending on their design – soft and hard.

Soft contemporary bespoke rugs have a muted color palette and subtle patterns in their designs. Meanwhile, hard contemporary carpets have a bolder color palette and sharper prints.

We suggest using soft contemporary designer rugs to create a more cozy atmosphere in your home. You can also utilize these carpets to soften the sharp lines of your brutalist living space. On the other hand, we recommend placing hard contemporary rugs in feminine settings like a cottage-inspired living space to balance things out.

Solid-colored Style

As the name suggests, solid-colored designer rugs are tapestries that feature a single color. Certain pieces under this rug style use different materials and contrasting shades in their designs. The varying textures and color tones help create depth and visual interest.

What makes this rug style popular is its straightforward appearance. A bespoke rug is simple enough to be the perfect blank canvas where all your design ideas can grow and take life. You can experiment using various furniture styles without worrying about cluttering your space.

These luxury area rugs are also perfect for adding dimension to monochromatic settings. Suppose you want to prevent your all-white Japandi bedroom from looking flat. If so, you can use a textured solid-colored bedroom area rug.

Striped Style

Stripes are versatile patterns that can go with almost anything. These lines can help you achieve different auras in your home. For instance, chunky stripes can make a room feel more energetic. Meanwhile, thin stripes are perfect for relaxing spaces.

Besides helping you create a variety of atmospheres, these bespoke rugs are also perfect for creating visual illusions. Horizontal stripes can emphasize the size of a room, while vertical lines can emphasize its length.

Find a runner bespoke rug with vertical lines to highlight your narrow hallways, or you can emphasize a focal point in your living room by positioning a striped rug toward your statement piece.

Southwestern Style

Southwestern round area rugs are tapestries influenced by the cultures of Native American tribes from Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas. These carpets often feature rich color palettes, including turquoise, terracotta, and warm brown tints. Meanwhile, their prints contain geometric motifs akin to tribal patterns.

Like tribal designer rugs, southwestern luxury area rugs are often associated with eclectic interior settings. But these colorful tapestries can also be used alongside other styles like the Scandinavian interior.

They can add warmth and visual interest to simpler interiors. Additionally, they make excellent statement pieces in monochromatic living spaces.

One-of-a-kind Rugs

One-of-a-kind carpets are antique rugs restored to preserve and prolong their original patterns and designs. They feature a distressed look earned after years of use, making each piece one of a kind. It's almost impossible to find two antique rugs that look the same, making them extremely popular among rug collectors.

One-of-a-kind carpets are perfect if you want home decor with rich history and opulent design. These bespoke area rugs represent different eras and influences that shaped the rug-making industry we know today. These carpets' weaving techniques and patterns were passed down from generation to generation.

Antique rugs are perfect for introducing a luxurious flair into your home. We recommend pairing them with embellished drapes and a gold finish for a magnificent royal look.

Rug Brands & Designers

As a trusted rug store, we've worked with some of the world's most popular rug brands and designers to bring luxury area rugs to homes in California, including:

  • Jaipur Living
  • Lapchi
  • Loloi
  • Ralph Lauren Home
  • Safavieh
  • Barbara Barry
  • Erbil Tezcan
  • James Tufenkian

If you want a conversation starter for your living room, choose Jaipur Living's handmade rugs, which incorporate traditional weaving techniques from India. Lapchi and their custom luxury area rugs are ideal if you want something one-of-a-kind. We also have sleek contemporary items from Loloi in our collection if you seek a more modern interior for your home.

Cyrus Artisan Rugs has also collaborated with well-known designers such as Ralph Lauren, James Tufenkian, Jenny Jones, and Barbara Barry to assist you in creating exquisite spaces.

Manufacturing & Weaving Methods

Thanks to modern technology, weaving techniques have evolved. This change brought intricate prints and broader color patterns to the rug industry. Some of the weaving methods featured in Cyrus Artisan Rugs' catalog include:

  • Hand knotting
  • Flat weaving
  • Hand looming
  • Hand tufting

Handmade rugs use the customary hand-knotting method of Indian weavers with the help of a loom. Once a design is finalized, the wraps are made vertically on a loom until a pile effect is created.

Meanwhile, weavers create flatweave designer rugs with no backing or piles. They wrap yarns to create long-lasting pieces, perfect for high-traffic areas. This technique makes creating designer rugs easy, like how hand-tufting guns do.

Finally, hand-loomed bespoke area rugs are made with a vertical loom and a mounted wrap. This technique typically doesn't produce fringes and secured ends.

Rug Colors & Decorating Tips

Our selection of luxury area rugs comes in different shapes, sizes, and color palettes, from black and white area rugs to bold-colored handmade rugs, including

  • Blue
  • Green
  • Red
  • Gold and yellow
  • Brown
  • Orange
  • White
  • Black

If you want to coordinate rugs throughout your house, we recommend choosing a color scheme and custom carpets that complement it. For example, if you have a black and white area rug, you may complement it with a square area rug in the same color palette but with a contrasting print.

Another fantastic approach is to use complementary colors. For example, you can retain a monochrome motif but pair your Persian rug with another piece in berries and blues for something more visually attractive.

Lastly, we suggest experimenting with textures to coordinate your luxury area rugs. Pick a color palette you want to use and look for two bespoke rugs in varying materials. For instance, use a handmade jute rug in your kitchen and match it with a bespoke wool rug in your dining space.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the different sizes of rugs available in the market?

Our artisan carpets are available in the following sizes:

  • 4 x 6
  • 5 x 8
  • 6 x 9
  • 8 x 10
  • 9 x 12

The sizes of our runner rugs start at 2.6 x 8, while our oversized carpets start at 10 x 14.

Can I order a custom rug?

Our rug store specializes in creating custom carpets. Cyrus Rugs' Custom Rug Program allows collectors and enthusiasts in Beverly Hills to bring their vision to life.

After an initial discussion with our designers, we'll propose a design for your bespoke area rug. And once you've approved, our team will start the rug creation process almost immediately.

How do I clean spills on my designer rug?

Blotting the spill as soon as possible would be best to prevent it from leaving stains on your carpet. Be careful not to rub the spot, as the liquid could seep further into your rug. We recommend using a clean paper towel or terry cloth when blotting the stain.

Are rug pads necessary?

Rug pads are unnecessary when using bespoke rugs, but they greatly benefit your hardwood floors and designer carpet. These pads provide an additional cushion between your flooring and rug, preserving their conditions. Not only will they protect your vinyl floors from scratches, but they'll also prevent your carpet from slipping.

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