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Designer rugs are versatile home decor pieces that quickly transform a home's overall look and feel. With a wide range of patterns, color palettes, and shapes available, you can achieve almost any interior design concept imaginable with a carpet. Not to mention, it offers several functional benefits for your home.

Suppose you want to add bespoke area rugs in highly populated areas of your house, like your living room or dining room. For this purpose, it's best to opt for handmade rugs that use durable materials like wool. We also recommend looking for muted shades when buying square area rugs for high-traffic areas to conceal minor debris and crumbs.

But avoid using dark color palettes in busy areas of your home as they tend to fade easier and highlight dust particles instead of concealing them. Rug pads will help preserve the excellent condition of your square area rug as it helps absorb the damage that comes with heavy foot traffic.

If you want to add bespoke area rugs to your nursery or your child's bedroom, avoid delicate pieces like antique rugs. Children tend to be messy; hence, go for something easy to clean and maintain instead. Aside from being durable, natural fibers like wool are also low maintenance.

While materials like wool are heavy-duty, it would be best to opt for something synthetic if you want to use bespoke rugs in your kitchen and outdoor spaces. Your handmade rug should be stain and weather-resistant for a consistent, elegant look despite its surrounding environment.

The perfect designer rugs for your home depend on several factors, like material, pile, size, shape, and design. Thankfully, Cyrus Artisan Rug carries an extensive selection of high-quality luxury area rugs. You can choose from various materials, weaving methods, and even brands and designers featured in our inventory.

As a trusted rug store, we ship our pieces from our Bloomington, MN showroom straight to your doorstep in Naples, FL.

Rug Styles & Types

Cyrus Artisan Rugs' collection of luxury area rugs includes eight of the most popular rug styles and types around the globe.

Traditional Style

Well-loved carpets like Persian and Oriental rugs fall under the traditional style. These handmade rugs feature color palettes and prints inspired by European and Western influences. These designer rugs are famous for their sophisticated appearance and can easily add luxury flair to any space.

The traditional rug style fits well with modern design concepts. For example, Persian rugs introduce the right amount of bold color to any neutral color palette. And because Persian rugs typically have intricate symmetrical patterns, they help balance any room.

Traditional bespoke area rugs pair well with warm wood or bronze furniture and other decorative items. If you want to highlight the exotic feel of your Oriental rugs, we recommend using natural and bright finishes to accentuate its rich color palette.

Transitional Style

Unlike the traditional rug style that features decades of classic color palettes and prints, transitional rugs combine traditional and contemporary influences into one great piece. They have fine finishings in various color schemes, from pastel shades to luxurious reds and oranges.

Thanks to their eclectic style, transitional square area rugs pair well with different interior concepts like a rustic farmhouse or bohemian theme. For example, you can use transitional round area rugs with floral prints for a feminine touch. Meanwhile, transitional bedroom area rugs with Aztec patterns are perfect for creating a relaxing boho chic space.

The transitional rug style has various iterations, from bold designs to more subdued prints. Your chosen piece determines the remaining design elements to incorporate into your interior design. For instance, if you've chosen a bold round area rug, avoid using other loud prints to ensure a clean and cohesive look.

Tribal Style

Tribal handmade rugs come from different nomadic tribes across the globe. Each bespoke rug under this category features the rich culture and tradition of tribal weavers like the Kurds, the Turkmen, the Belouch, and more.

These carpets are famous among rug collectors for their mixed colors and prints. Variations of these bespoke area rugs often depict the family life of their weavers and the surrounding environment of their tribes. Besides representing the different tribes of their weavers, they also typically feature geometric designs and bold medallions.

Nomadic weavers typically use a variety of fibers in creating these bespoke rugs like wool, cotton, silk, and alpaca fibers. The weaving methods they use also vary. There are thick piles of tribal designer rugs perfect for winter, while flatweave versions of this rug style work well in the summer.

Contemporary Style

Contemporary bespoke area rugs focus on highlighting modern trends. These designer rugs can quickly freshen up your home's existing interiors. And thanks to their freeform prints, they pair well with different design schemes.

If you enjoy a clean, minimalist home, neutral options are available among trusted rug stores. Conversely, if you're a maximalist, there are bold and contrasting color palettes you can use to create a visually exciting look for your home.

Contemporary bespoke area rugs are ideal for a mid-century modern concept, farmhouse style, or boho setting. Various contemporary handmade rugs feature intricate trellis prints, making them perfect for creating rustic interiors. Meanwhile, other iterations of the rug style feature oriental patterns that work well with boho themes.

Solid Style

As the name suggests, solid-colored designer rugs are carpets with a single color or different shades of one color. The prints in these bespoke rugs are often geometric and incorporate other textiles to add depth and dimension to their design.

Solid-style carpets are perfect if colors matter to you when decorating your home. Additionally, this style is excellent for balancing different patterns and creating a cohesive look. For instance, if you have an antique floral sofa, you can use it as the focal point in your living room by using a solid square area rug in colors like white or cream.

Conversely, you can add a pop of color and depth to your minimalist bedroom by searching for a thick pile bedroom area rug with a bold solid color.

Striped Style

Unlike other patterns that come and go, stripes are timeless prints that allow you to change the way your home looks and feels drastically. For instance, you can highlight certain pieces of furniture or parts of your living room depending on the orientation of the lines.

Look for runners with vertical lines to accentuate your home's long hallways. Meanwhile, you can achieve a playful feel with handmade rugs that feature different sizes of stripes.

Striped bespoke area rugs are also perfect for creating coastal-themed homes. If you recently purchased a beach house and are looking for ways to spice up its outdoor patio, we recommend searching for striped flatweave carpets.

Southwest Style

Like tribal handmade rugs, the southwest style comes from tribal weavers. Their weavers are of Native American descent and come from states like Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, and more. Native weavers initially created the southwest rugs as saddle coats and tapestries.

The color palettes of these bespoke rugs feature rich colors of turquoise, terracotta, and warm browns. Early iterations of the southwest style only featured three colors; white, red, and blue until the weavers decided to change their design approach.

Aside from being perfect for bohemian motifs, the southwest style works well with other mid-century and modern industrial concepts. You can pair colorful iterations of the southwest handmade rugs with black or brown leather couches. Meanwhile, we recommend looking for textured southwest carpets with neutral color palettes to achieve a minimalist interior.

One-of-a-kind Style

One-of-a-kind carpets are antique rugs from different periods and parts of the world preserved by professional collectors. The style earned its name “one-of-a-kind” from the varying flaws the handmade rugs have accumulated over the years.

Each piece carries a rich history behind it, making it popular among collectors of antique rugs. It's almost impossible to find two one-of-a-kind handmade rugs that are similar. Hence, a lot of collectors are constantly on the lookout for unique and hard-to-find pieces.

If you want to make your home feel more luxurious, we highly recommend investing in one-of-a-kind designer rugs. But remember that these rugs use natural fibers, making them unfit for high-traffic areas like your living room and kitchen.

Rug Brands & Designers

As a trusted rug store, Cyrus Artisan Rugs has collaborated with leading rug brands and designers to offer rug collectors in Naples, FL, top-grade luxury area rugs, such as:

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

Rug brand Safavieh is well known for its traditional bespoke area rugs that use top-grade materials like genuine cowhide, strip shags, and natural sheepskin. On the other hand, Jaipur Living is famous for showcasing the popular weaving techniques of Africa.

Whether you want to create a Scandinavian living space or recreate a Victorian home, Cyrus Artisan Rugs is here to help you find the perfect carpet for your needs. Our rug store has also included select pieces by famous designers like Ralph Lauren, James Tufenkian, Barbara Barry, and Jenny Jones in our extensive collection.

Manufacturing & Weaving Methods

Over recent years, the weaving techniques of designers and rug brands have evolved. This change resulted in the modern patterns and prints we enjoy today. Some of the methods featured in our rug store's catalog include:

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

Hand-knotting is one of the most famous traditional rug weaving techniques in today's market. Using this technique, weavers from Iran, Afghanistan, and Pakistan created beloved carpets like the Persian rug. Meanwhile, flat weaving is a process where artisans weave rugs on a loom through the middle of the top and bottom warp.

Rug Colors & Decorating Tips

Cyrus Artisan Rugs' selection of artisan carpets includes various color palettes, from bold reds to neutral black and white area rugs. We also offer bespoke rugs in the following colors:

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

There are plenty of ways you can use designer rugs to decorate your home. For instance, you can hang your Oriental rugs on your walls like an ornate tapestry. On the other hand, you can use them to create visual pathways in your living room and bathroom. We recommend sticking to more neutral-colored handmade rugs if you want to use patterned wallpaper.

To prevent your heavy furniture from leaving dents on your bespoke rugs, you can use furniture coasters that distribute the weight of your fixtures. If you want to add a square area rug in your sitting area, at least the front two legs of your chairs must sit on your carpet. This tip ensures that your interior looks cohesive and harmonious.

Companies & Homes Served

Cyrus Artisan Rugs is proud to serve Naples collectors with our professionally curated selection of craftsman rugs from various brands and designers worldwide. Our pieces are carefully selected and shipped from our Bloomington showroom to Naples, Florida. 

Naples is home to several beautiful landmarks, including the Panther National Wildlife Refuge and Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary. You can also find notable institutions like the Ave Maria School of Law and Hodges University in Naples, Florida.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do designer rugs shed?

Brand new rugs tend to shed during the first couple of weeks or months. But once you lightly vacuum your rugs, the shedding should stop. If your carpet is still shedding months after you bought it, it could mean that it needs trimming or is starting to wear down.

What do I do if there's a snag in my handmade rug?

Ensure you don't pull it out when you see a loose fiber in your bespoke rugs. Pulling it out could lead to even more damage to your carpet's weave. Instead, you must lift the thread and clip it right at the root when you see it.

How often should I clean my rugs?

Cleaning intervals depend on factors like the foot traffic your handmade rug goes through, the material, and the weaving method it uses. Suppose you have a bespoke area rug in your busy living room; you must clean the carpet every eight to twelve months to maintain its excellent condition.

Do I need a rug pad?

Rug pads are popular for a reason. Besides helping protect your hardwood floors from scratches caused by dirt and other debris, it also helps maintain the excellent condition of handmade rugs. These pads act as the buffer between your carpet and your hardwood floors, and it helps keep your carpet in place and prevents it from unfurling.

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