With so many decor projects that I’ve tackled recently, I’m sure your head is spinning! For today’s post, I wanna take it back to The Craftsman House project and share sources for something I’ve been asked about countless times… the vintage patterned rug! This particular rug belonged to Sean’s grandmother Dorothy and now lives in his dad’s newly finished living room. It’s truly one of my favorite vintage rugs that I’ve ever seen… and totally unique. Considering how many people have asked for similar options, it felt like I should do some research and share similar options!
Looking for an Orange Patterned Rug Just Like Ours? Check Out These Sources:
I was pretty amazed by how many people were interested in this super-traditional rug! I guess I shouldn’t be too surprised, however, because shades of orange are a great interior decor color. And there are so many shades that will work in all kinds of different spaces. From persimmon to burnt rust to tangerine, I hope that if you’re looking for a traditional patterned rug, these options will help!
One-of-a-Kind and Vintage Rugs
Andy’s rug is actually vintage, so I wanted to start off this round up by sharing 9 beautiful, similar rugs. The styles range from traditional Turkish Oushak to Serpai and Persian rugs, with so many texture options as well. Most of the vintage rugs included here are hand-knotted wool, making them durable and so cozy for any space.
- Hand-knotted Turkish Antalya Vintage Wool Rug
- Persian Malayer Rug
- Hand-knotted Serapi Rug
- Hand-knotted Afghan Carpet
- vintage Turkish rug
- 1960s Turkish Oushak Rug
- Hand-knotted Antique Anatolian Wool Rug
- Hand-knotted Serapi Wool Rug
- Traditional Hand Knotted Burnt Orange Area Rug
Anderson hand-knotted rug (above)
Harney hand-knotted rug (below)
New Orange Patterned Rugs
If you prefer to shop for brand new rugs, there are still tons of options. Part of why I like shopping for a rug that is new and modern is because they are often made of materials that repel stains. I’ve also found that new rugs can be more affordable than vintage, but it all depends on the source. Any time I go rug shopping, I consider both options and decide based on my budget and which one I prefer!
- Vintage Persian collection aqua & orange polyester area rug
- Terra cotta orange modern Sarouk area rug
- Oasis rug
- Sonia rug
- Howell Collection Oriental area rug
- Zeus hand-knotted rug
- Malika custom rug
- Traditional orange and brown area rug
- Blue and orange traditional area rug
- Monaco Collection vintage distressed area rug
- Orange floral tufted wool Kelani rug
- Howell Collection Red Oriental rug
- Paprika Halima rug
I’ve shared this list in the past, but my favorite online sources for vintage rugs include Ecarpet Gallery on eBay, Lulu & Georgia, One Kings Lane, and (of course) Etsy. Here are a few more rug-related posts that I’ve written:
- My exhaustive list of the BEST Etsy shops for vintage rugs
- Get the Look: Our Vintage Turkish Rug in our Bedroom
- My Best Rug Styling Tips
- How to Use Rugs to Define Spaces
If there are other types of decor that you’re looking for, let me know and I can help you search!