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There are four important elements to consider when creating beautiful, functional interior design: color, texture, form, and pattern. You typically have to combine different furnishings to use these components. But one home decor has all four – luxury area rugs.

Designer rugs are a must for creating chic homes. They allow buyers to experiment with a variety of designs and materials. And depending on your chosen square area rug, you can easily introduce color, texture, form, and pattern to any given space.

Suppose you want to incorporate the imperfect beauty of wabi-sabi and vibrant colors of the Art-Deco movement into your home office. You can balance the contrasting styles by pairing your cream sofa with a colorful Persian rug.

And if you want to stick to a monochromatic theme, you can prevent your space from looking flat by introducing texture using a wool square area rug in your preferred color palette. Lastly, antique rugs like the Oriental rug are ideal for incorporating intricate patterns into minimalistic spaces.

Besides allowing you to pull off a cohesive look, luxury area rugs also have practical features that can elevate your home to the next level. Suppose your grand staircase is too hard for your taste. Introducing a staircase runner can add an extra layer of comfort to your feet.

Moreover, bespoke rugs have excellent noise-reduction properties. A thick bedroom area rug will help you soundproof high-traffic areas, like your living room and your child's playroom.

Lastly, these tapestries help preserve the beauty of your hardwood floors. Heavy foot traffic and furniture can leave scratches or dents in your wood flooring. We suggest using large square area rugs in your living and dining spaces to prevent damage from wear and tear.

Ultimately, bespoke area rugs are recommended for creating sophisticated spaces in your home. With the help of Cyrus Artisan Rugs' extensive collection of tapestries, you'll surely find a piece that speaks to your unique style.

Rug Styles & Types

Our varied selection of handmade rugs includes eight popular rug styles and types.

Traditional Style

Traditional luxury area rugs highlight the intricate patterns of the European or Victorian era. The style is popular for its floral arrangements, central medallions, and deep shades of maroon and navy.

These bespoke rugs also use luxurious materials like sheep's wool and silk, adding to their overall elegance. They are the perfect tapestry for interior designers and home stagers who enjoy baronial architecture's exquisite look.

But if you're a fan of the clean and functional style of modern interior design, you can still incorporate these luxury area rugs into your home. You can emphasize a balanced look if you pair a traditional Persian rug with contemporary furniture.

Transitional Style

Over recent years, rug brands and designers have introduced new life into antique rugs by removing their ornate borders and replacing deep color palettes. These stylistic decisions led to the creation of the transitional rug style.

Unlike traditional handmade rugs primarily inspired by traditional designs, transitional designer rugs mix classic and modern influences into one piece. And because of the combination, these carpets are more versatile than traditional antique rugs.

Homeowners can use these chic bespoke rugs regardless of their home's primary interior design. Transitional designer rugs with bold color palettes can add warmth to minimalist interiors. On the other hand, they can create a cozy atmosphere in formal spaces like your dining or office space.

Tribal Style

Tribal women across the globe initially created tribal handmade rugs to share their culture and family heritage. These bespoke area rugs feature patterns and colors representing their weavers' lives.

For instance, Chinese square area rugs typically depict dragons and other mythical creatures from their folklore. In other instances, these tapestries would have birds and other animals native to their country of origin in their designs.

These eclectic handmade rugs are perfect for creating Bohemian or Mediterranean-inspired homes. But aside from this, we recommend incorporating them in other looks like the Scandinavian and industrial interior design styles.

The bright color palette and ornate patterns of this rug style will add warmth and visual interest to the clean aesthetic of the two themes.

Contemporary Style

Fans of modern design themes like Bauhaus, Mid Century Modern, and Art-Deco will love the contemporary rug style. These designer rugs feature contrasting color palettes, freeform lines, and geometric patterns.

Contemporary luxury area rugs are categorized into two types: soft and hard. Soft contemporary carpets often use subtle color palettes compared to their hard counterparts that mix bold and contrasting colors.

In terms of motif, soft contemporary designer rugs use free-form lines. Meanwhile, their hard counterparts utilize sharp geometric shapes.

Solid-colored Style

As the name suggests, the solid-colored rug style features only one color. It incorporates a variety of shades and textures to create depth in its design. Bespoke area rugs are perfect for layering multiple tapestries and creating monochrome spaces.

If you want to layer multiple rugs, we suggest using a solid-colored bedroom area rug as your base and placing a smaller printed round area rug on top. Having a simple base rug will help accentuate the beauty of your accent bespoke rug.

You can also use solid-colored square area rugs to change the overall atmosphere of your home. You can make your wabi-sabi living room livelier by selecting a piece with a bold color palette. Conversely, you can create a softer and more relaxed atmosphere in your industrial office by finding a solid-colored square area rug with neutral shades of blue.

Striped Style

There's a reason why stripes are among the most popular patterns worldwide. These versatile lines can help you create various looks and moods in your home. Abstract chunky lines can liven up any area, while thin lines are ideal for invoking relaxing cocoons.

Aside from helping you set the right atmosphere for your room, striped luxury area rugs are excellent for highlighting visual illusions. For instance, horizontal lines can enlarge the size of a room, and vertical lines can lengthen a tight hallway.

These bespoke area rugs can also help you achieve certain interior design themes. If you're a big ocean lover, you can build a coastal-themed bedroom with striped bedroom area rugs in varying shades of blue.

And if you want to recreate the cozy atmosphere of a French country house, we suggest pairing a striped rug with smaller floral patterns.

Southwest Style Rugs

Southwestern handmade rugs, like tribal carpets, feature distinct designs and patterns inspired by the weavers' culture and surroundings. Navajo weavers crafted these handmade rugs in several states, like New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, and Navajo.

Tribes utilized these fabrics as saddle blankets and jackets when they were first created. Navajo women braided layers of colored raw wool using a seven-knot count technique. They initially featured basic designs and contrasting hues, such as white and blue, until the rug style evolved to include warm earthy hues.

Because of their rich earth tones, interior designers utilize this rug type for designing bohemian-themed homes. But we recommend incorporating them into other interior styles like the Texan farmhouse and mid-century modern design.

One-of-a-kind Style

The one-of-a-kind rug style comprises antique rugs from various eras across the globe. These handmade rugs have been passed down from one generation to the next, featuring weaving techniques from thousands of years ago. Their unique worn-out appearance earned them the moniker “one-of-a-kind luxury area rugs.”

Like traditional bespoke rugs, one-of-a-kind carpets are popular for their cozy yet regal designs. Their intricate borders and delicate feel make them ideal for low-traffic areas, such as the library or home office.

We recommend pairing these luxury area rugs with velvet sofas and thick draperies for a grand and majestic interior.

Rug Brands & Designers

As a luxury rug store, Cyrus Artisan Rugs has partnered with popular brands and designers across the globe to curate our catalog of handcrafted rugs. Collectors in Pacific Palisades, CA, can choose between pieces from the following brands and designers:

  • Jaipur Living
  • Lapchi
  • Loloi
  • Ralph Lauren Home
  • Safavieh
  • Barbara Barry
  • Erbil Tezcan
  • James Tufenkian
  • Jenny Jones
  • Thomas O' Brien

If you want an excellent conversation starter, Jaipur Living's bespoke rugs highlight India's age-old art of traditional weaving. For something more unique, you can work with Lapchi's designers to create a custom bedroom area rug that best fits your unique style. For modern interior design fans, we have selected durable designer rugs from Loloi.

Our rug store's Bloomington showroom also features the works of well-known designers like Ralph Lauren, Barbara Barry, Erbil Tezcan, and Jenny Jones.

Manufacturing & Weaving Methods

Artisans crafted our rugs through various manufacturing and weaving methods. Some of the most common techniques used in our catalog of products include:

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

Hand-tufting is one of the quicker and easier processes for creating designer rugs. Weavers use a turfing gun and a foundation cloth to create durable tapestries. Meanwhile, flatweave bespoke rugs are created using a loom machine that builds two layers of vertical warp yarn.

Lastly, hand-knotting and hand-looming are the market's oldest bespoke rug weaving methods. These techniques take more time and effort as they are labor-intensive.

Rug Colors & Decorating Tips

Our wide selection of artisan designer rugs comes in various color combinations and shades, from black and white area rugs to pastel solid-colored bespoke rugs. Some of the colors included in our selection are;

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

If you're feeling uninspired and unsure which interior design style to follow, you can always draw inspiration from your designer rugs. Search for a piece that speaks to your personality, and start from there.

Select furniture and textiles that match the color palette of your luxury area rug. For example, if you bought a tribal bedroom area rug with shades of yellow and gray, you need to look for a painting with the same color palette.

Don't be afraid to experiment with a variety of colors. You can achieve balance and create visual illusions with the right color combinations. We recommend using dark color palettes for large areas of your home and light shades for smaller spaces.

Dark palettes will help make objects look smaller and match a big room's high visual volume. Meanwhile, lighter shades will help make objects seem larger than they are.

Companies & Homes Served in Pacific Palisades, CA

Cyrus Artisan Rug serves interior designers and home stagers from Pacific Palisades, California. Our team of experts will help you find the right rug for your style through our comprehensive catalog of designer rugs.

Pacific Palisades is home to several Fortune 500 companies, including CBRE Group, AECOM, Farmers Insurance, and Reliance Steel & Aluminum. The neighborhood also features landmarks such as the Will Rogers Historic State Park, Palisades Park, and The Getty Villa.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I choose the correct rug size?

When picking the size of your rug, you must ensure that the legs of your sofas and armchairs sit on at least 30-35 centimeters of carpet. You need to consider the placement of your furniture, especially if you're shopping for areas like your living room or bedroom.

Our catalog of bespoke rugs offers the following standard sizes;

  • 3 ft x 5 ft
  • 4 ft x 6 ft
  • 8 ft x 10 ft

How do you properly store a carpet?

Depending on the material of your carpet, there are various ways you can adequately keep a rug. But the general rule is to clean them first, roll them in heavy-duty plastic, and keep them in a dry place.

Experts recommend using dehumidifiers to reduce the moisture your rugs can absorb and keep them away from the sunlight to prevent sun damage.

How do I fix a snag in my rug?

When you see a loose or snagged rug fiber, never pull it. Pulling it could cause the carpet weaving to unravel and create more damage to your carpet. Lift the snagged thread and clip it right at its source.

Do I need to use a rug pad on my flooring?

Rug pads act as a cushion between the carpet and your home's hardwood floor. We highly recommend using one to ensure the excellent condition of your flooring. Additionally, if you want to prevent your rug from slipping, rug pads will add traction to keep your carpet safe.

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