Search results for "Maze Rug"

  • Labyrinth maze rug Labyrinth maze rug - Photo

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    • laurasweet

      Another unique and beautiful rug from AMAZED in the UK. This one is designed like an old english hedge maze garden. Kinda reminds me of that scene in The Shining! They even have crop circle rugs!


  • AMAZED RUGS (snowdrift) AMAZED RUGS (snowdrift) - Photo

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    • laurasweet

      This company makes rugs that are nothing short of art. Wool and beautifully designed, they take on the look and shape of Labyrinths, mazes, crop circles and this one, the Snowdrift. Beautiful, and very expensive. A girl can dream, can't she?


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    • Snazzy

      My oldest is in kind of a "maze phase" right now, so this rug caught my eye. It would brighten up a child's room and also provide plenty of opportunity for imaginative play.


  • Parterre Rug by Jose A. Gandia Parterre Rug by Jose A. Gandia - Photo

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    • laurasweet

      This rug looks like an english hedge maze garden!! It's very 3D (look at the both pics) and unusual. Makes a great centerpiece in a foyer or living room. All wool and designed by Jose Gandia.


  • Modern Rug from Chandra-AVL6112 Modern Rug from Chandra-AVL6112 - Photo

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    • lahutter

      This is a cool and unusual pattern for a rug - a dog maze. It's made of hand tufted wool and comes in all the standard rug sizes starting with 2x3'.


  • Martin Patrick Evan Textured Rug Martin Patrick Evan Textured Rug - Photo

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    • glenngissler

      I tend towards colors from nature-colors of the earth, such as this Martin Patrick Evan textured rug.


  • Medallion Rug Gallery - Rug Details - 14402.39596 Medallion Rug Gallery - Rug Details - 14402.39596 - Photo

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    • jayjeffers

      I prefer warm colors. I don't decorate with a lot of white. It just doesn't fit in very well with San Francisco. I used persimmon terracotta in my own living room like in this traditional Medallion rug.


  • Maze Maze - Photo

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    • esh

      Billed as a "Co-operative Strategy Game", Maze is a poorly named, but challenging game that will stretch your mental abilities when played at the middle or hardest levels. You can ignore the claims that it is comparable to chess. The similarity ends at having pieces that move on a grid. Since both players are working together to solve a common goal, it's really more of a puzzle you are trying to solve together; and it's a different challenge every time because of the random setup phase. The pieces and instructions have that "built in my garage workshop" quality, but that seems to be attractive to a certain "back to basics" market segment. (Is my wife going to read these reviews?) The minimum age for kids to enjoy this probably starts around 8-10, but even adults may want to stick with the rules at the easier levels unless you have a lot of time to plan your winning strategy.


  • Nemati Collection: Banana Leaf Rug Nemati Collection: Banana Leaf Rug - Photo

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    • charlesyesuwan

      Nemati Collections’ rugs are made from the husk of several species of Indian banana trees. Ranging in color from sand to chocolate, the husks are hand-woven into a hearty basket-weave pattern. Each rug is made to order. Trade only.


  • David Kleinburg Rugs David Kleinburg Rugs - Photo

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    • fawnellis

      Patterson, Flynn & Martin and Rosecore recently introduced a series of fashionable carpets by interior designer David Kleinberg, whose 24 patterns look great on handcrafted silk and wool Tibetan rugs, flat weaves and "mixed media" carpets of Aubusson weave/low-cut pile carpets. Colors vary. Trade only.


  • PMB Designs: Hand-painted canvas rugs PMB Designs: Hand-painted canvas rugs - Photo

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    • fawnellis

      These rugs from British Columbia’s PMB Designs are so colorful and modern, they’re like artwork for the floor. Made from heavy-duty canvas, then painted and sealed, they’re as durable as they are attractive.


  • Roubini Rugs: Flower Rug Roubini Rugs: Flower Rug - Photo

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    • charlesyesuwan

      The tactile rewards of this silk rug by the Italian designer Farhad are a match for its extravagant appearance: Each petal of this hand-knotted uber-blossom (made to order in sizes starting at four feet in diameter) is texturally differentiated from the next.


  • The Rug Company: Harlequin Rug The Rug Company: Harlequin Rug - Photo

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    • fawnellis

      The trickster’s diamond pattern never goes out of style: Someone you love once had a wide tie in this pattern, perhaps even these colors. Suzanne Sharp, cofounder of Britain’s exceptionally innovative design collective The Rug Company, has a sharp eye for patterns whose time has come again. In Tibetan wool and silk, the rug comes in custom sizes.


  • Liora Manne: Lamonage Rug Liora Manne: Lamonage Rug - Photo

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  • Laura Fisher - Hooked Rugs Laura Fisher - Hooked Rugs - Photo

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    • alberthadley

      Laura Fisher has a marvelous collection of old, hooked rugs. While many of them may be too old for use, Laura Fisher is able to successfully reproduce the pattern in new colors, if desired.


  • Shyam Ahuja: Rugs Shyam Ahuja: Rugs - Photo

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    • alessandrabranca

      For over 40 years Shyam Ahuja Ltd. has been creating hand-tufted and hand-woven rugs enjoyed by clients worldwide.


  • Edgar Kelly Rugs Edgar Kelly Rugs - Photo

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    • fernsantini

      Edgar Kelly Rugs in Austin, Texas has one of the most incredible antique rug inventories I've found in the US. They make my life so much easier.


  • Mansour: Oushak Rugs Mansour: Oushak Rugs - Photo

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    • marymcdonald

      I love antique Oushak area rugs from mansour. They're so expensive, but it's much easier to go there than to shop around.


  • Fedora Design Area Rugs Fedora Design Area Rugs - Photo

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  • Potholder Rug Potholder Rug - Photo

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    • rshain

      Remember making pot holders in art class? This is a full blown rug made in that style. Cool idea for kids rooms but also looks great in most settings. Its made of recycled cotton t-shirts and woven by hand in Massachusettes on giant frame looms. 100% chemical free. Lots of cool color combos and sizes available.