Our premium rug store serving Laguna Beach, CA, offers multiple sizes, colors, styles, types, and shapes. Additionally, you can order a custom rug that showcases your creativity. To see our collection in person, visit our Bloomington, MN showroom.
Luxury rugs can be hand or machine-made. Some rug brands use advanced technology to mass-produce rugs in various patterns, shades, and sizes. Yet, machine-made rugs can wear out faster than handmade rugs.
Our premium rug collection mainly consists of hand-knotted rugs. Weavers start crafting these intricate creations on specially designed looms. Then, they tie the knots that make hand-knotted rugs sought-after and long-lasting.
Artisans tie vertical threads called warps to the loom and knot horizontal threads or wefts over them. Hand-knotted rugs usually contain 1,000 knots per square inch (KPSI). A rug’s KPSI will tell you how much time the weavers spent on it and its cost.
After making knots, artisans will put them in place with a comb. The knots form the surface of a hand-knotted rug’s pile. Weavers can craft rugs using various knots, making each piece distinct.
Our skilled artisans weave these rugs from high-quality materials and ship them to Laguna Beach, CA. We also pack our Persian and Oriental rugs carefully. But if you receive a damaged item, we’ll help you address this issue. We encourage you to photograph the product, describe its damage, and collect other relevant information. Please send them via our contact page with the subject “Shipping Damage” so we can assist you immediately.
Our store also offers free shipping within the contiguous United States. We deliver lighter items (below 150 lbs.) via UPS Ground and larger orders through third-party couriers.
Lastly, we match our current prices to competitor prices. So if you buy a rug at a higher price than what we offer, we’ll cancel your order and explain the error.
Our Bloomington showroom offers the following luxury rug styles.
Timeless and historical — these words describe traditional rugs the best. Persian and Oriental rug designs highlight these qualities the most, with century-old artistry behind intricate motifs.
Medallions, flowers, and vines in crimson, gold, navy, or other vivid shades run across traditional rugs.
Furthermore, weavers produce these classic works of art from wool, cotton, or silk. These materials are why you’ll find traditional rugs soft to the touch.
A closer look at traditional Persian and Oriental rugs reveals detailed borders. You can use these designs to define your home’s seating and dining spaces or give any room an elegant touch.
And if you feel daring, combining traditional rug patterns can elevate your space’s overall style and highlight your creativity. Mix various motifs in the same color, or match traditional motifs to switch things up.
Traditional meets modern in transitional rugs. These area rug styles show a newer take on classic Persian, Indo-Persian, and Oriental patterns. You’ll see these fresh designs lining softer-colored backdrops, appearing clearer and more detailed.
Designers, decorators, and homeowners love transitional rugs for their versatility. You can pair these rugs with any interior design style; they’ll feel right at home. For example, floral patterns can make your transitional luxury rug the perfect match for a contemporary or farmhouse interior.
You can decorate a space with a transitional rug in various ways. Start by getting a carpet in the same color as the room’s palette or complementing an eye-catching motif with more subtle designs and decor. Or, place multiple transitional rugs in a big room for more variety.
Wandering tribes are the artistic minds behind tribal rugs. Distinct designs depict global cultures and the complex craftsmanship of area rugs.
Central Asia’s nomadic tribes wove tribal rugs from their sheep’s wool. However, more Western tribes may have made these distinct masterpieces with the more complicated knotted pile technique. It involves tying knots around each warp thread and a double ruler.
While curves and flowers fill city rugs, more geometric patterns make tribal rugs easy to spot. The nomadic lifestyle and environment of the weavers inspired these unique motifs.
Moreover, tribal rug weavers used dyes from plants native to their surroundings, producing captivating patterns and hues.
Like transitional rugs, tribal rugs can blend well with different interior design styles. Traditional and transitional interiors can feel comfy and lively with a tribal rug’s distinctive palette and design gracing them. As for modern spaces, the texture of tribal rugs can add depth and interest to these areas. Soft wool on firm surfaces creates the balance that can make your floors look great.
Contemporary or modern rugs depart from traditional designs, featuring striking contrasts, vibrant colors, and unconventional shapes. These eye-catching rugs are often inspired by the art deco and arts and crafts movements, which emphasize sleek, geometric designs.
One exciting aspect of contemporary rugs is the fusion of traditional and modern elements. You may find a rug with classic patterns updated with bold colors or a modern design with intricate, artisanal craftsmanship. These rugs can work well in various spaces, from minimalist apartments to eclectic homes.
Contemporary rugs offer versatility in style, allowing you to create a lively or subdued atmosphere in your home. A brightly-colored rug can bring energy to a room, while a more muted rug can add a touch of sophistication. These rugs also work great in high-traffic areas like staircases, mudrooms, or laundry rooms, where durability and easy maintenance are essential.
Sometimes, simple is best. A solid-colored rug captures the essence of this saying perfectly. Solid-colored designer rugs come in a spectrum of palettes. Vibrant solid rugs are your best choice if you’re after a pop of color. They’ll make any space look and feel complete.
Meanwhile, muted neutrals lend some softness and luxury to a room. Also, texture and fibers take the spotlight. More textured solid rugs work well with smooth, pristine floors, welcoming harmony and calm to your space. Or, you can also get a sleek or flat solid rug to define a decorative room and make it more comfortable.
Some luxury rugs highlight traditional Persian patterns, like floral prints, tribal symbols, and gardens. Others showcase clean lines, striking circles, or other unique designs. But there are also striped rugs that can complement various interior styles.
These area rugs can be perfect additions to modern, minimalist spaces. Drama is one of life’s concerning elements, but striped rugs fill modern interiors with it.
Additionally, their clean lines and contemporary-style rooms make a perfect match.
Striped rugs also look great in nautical-themed spaces. Blue and white stripes will remind you of your recent escape to the beach or dream aquatic paradise. But if you’re decorating a traditional or contemporary interior, a rug with gray, multi-directional stripes will complement it.
A smaller room is another good place for striped designer rugs. The lines on these rugs can create a visually roomier space. Go monochrome for a subtle yet impressive look.
Majestic natural landscapes and rich history define the southwestern United States. Set foot anywhere in the region, and you’ll find deserts, sky-high sand pillars, snaky rivers, and red rock canyons a-plenty. On top of that, the Southwest has a melting pot of cultures. It brings Ancestral Puebloan history and culture and Spanish influences together.
Southwest rugs capture these distinct characteristics through earthy color palettes and durable textures. Huge or smaller motifs can cover the surfaces of these luxury rugs. Also, many Southwest rugs will have these designs in turquoise, terracotta, warm browns, and other vivid tones. But you may be able to find neutral pieces with subtle motifs, especially if you’re decorating an eye-catching interior.
You can place Southwest area rugs in your living room, dining area, bedroom, kitchen, or bathroom. However, it’d help to consider how they’ll complement your fixtures and decor pieces. For example, you can place a Southwest rug in your living room’s main seating area or an earthy-toned dining room.
Persian rugs display geometric shapes, medallions, and other classic motifs. However, some rugs come only once in a blue moon. Buying a one-of-a-kind rug means you’ve lowered everyone else’s chance to own a similar piece.
One-of-a-kind rugs have worn with time, adding to their rarity. Browse our collection, and you’ll see faded rugs with remarkable tales to tell. We also chose one-of-a-kind Persian and Oriental rugs showcasing distinct patterns. These antique rugs will make everyone stop, stare, and ask where you bought them.
Top-notch artistry makes captivating luxury rugs. Many renowned rug makers have infused their artistic vision into beautiful, long-lasting rugs. We’ve partnered with these creative minds to bring their creations to the world.
Area rug buyers in Laguna Beach, CA, can choose their dream rug from our curated designer collections. These selections include rugs made by these brands and designers.
Harounian Rugs International (HRI)
Ralph Lauren Rugs
Tibet Rug Company
Tufenkian Artisan Rugs
Wool & Silk Rugs
We also offer a private-label collection of luxury rugs from Iran, Nepal, Turkey, and other rug-making countries.
These designers have crafted rugs in their distinct styles. Vicente Wolf is one notable example, with designs highlighting his clear, soft, and elegant aesthetic. Whichever piece you choose, you’ll get a masterpiece ready to impress your family, friends, guests, or clients.
Homeowners and decorators can find the perfect Persian rug in an inventory catering to customers in Laguna Beach, CA. Our Bloomington showroom takes orders and ships them to this coastal city.
Residents and visitors can see and explore many notable attractions around Laguna Beach. Fortune 500 companies like Wells Fargo, Starbucks, and Whole Foods call the city home. Also, Laguna Beach has landmarks welcoming art buffs and water lovers, including Heisler Park, Laguna Art Museum, and Victoria Beach.
As for schools, families have enrolled their children in these institutions.
Laguna Beach High School
El Morro Elementary School
Anneliese Schools - Manzanita Campus
Montessori School - Laguna Beach
Several famous personalities have also lived in Laguna Beach. They include actresses Judy Garland and Bette Davis, surfboard and sailboat designer Hobie Alter, and author John Steinbeck.
Try these methods if you see curls or wrinkles on your luxury rug.
Flip the rug, then curl or put weight on the corners.
Tape the back of your handmade rug to the floor.
Roll the rug again after unrolling it.
Iron out the curls on your rug.
Expose the rug to direct sunlight.
You can lay your Persian rug on wall-to-wall carpeting. However, wrinkles or ripples can form on the rug when it’s over a carpet.
Placing furniture on your hand-knotted rug can help prevent these unsightly “waves.” For example, you can set the rug’s edges below a sofa or chairs. Rug pads can prevent ripples as well.
Artisans can spend several days, months, or years weaving a good luxury rug. That’s because they make these impressive pieces by hand. Many of the rugs we offer customers in Laguna Beach, CA, are hand-knotted.
Materials also make Persian rugs an investment. Artisans can weave them from high-quality wool, silk, or other natural fibers.
Consider where you’ll place your rug. Our area rugs for customers in Laguna Beach, CA, come in sizes ranging from 2’ x 3’ to 10’ x 14’.
For example, a living room rug should be big enough for the front of your couch. It should also hold at least two legs of your other furniture.
First, consider the mood you’ll create. A visually roomy space would need a pastel, white, or lighter, multi-colored rug. Meanwhile, muted or cool tones can make a room feel relaxing.
Your rug should also complement your space’s other elements. If the area combines muted with vivid colors, get a rug in the same color scheme.
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