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Southwestern Rugs, Western Tapestries
Hand woven southwestern rugs and Zapotec rugs by the world famous Zapotec Indians are southwest rugs with outstanding designs for western ranch, cabin, lodge, log home or any rustic room with patterns like Native American rugs. Southwestern rugs 20"x40", western area rugs 32"x64" and southwestern runner rugs 30"x96" with traditional Navajo Indian rug patterns woven by hand using beautiful high quality wool. Rugs or tapestries they look great on your floors or walls. Saddle blanket rugs and runner patterns with western designs of red, blue and green create a beautiful color pallet you will love.
For a classic western tapestry rug choose black and red with grey and white accents. For a traditional southwest feel add turquoise, dark blue or green. If you have a special floor space or need just the right wall hanging our wool weavings are tapestry quality. Pick out one of our wool rugs. American Indian style rugs with classic Native American designs and handwoven wool Indian pictorial rugs add life and color as well as offer unique insights into Native American history. Not only are southwestern rugs admired for their great beauty, but the skill and hard work needed in making Native rugs and runners is also greatly appreciated in the same way as mission rugs or craftsman style rugs.
The makers of hand woven wool rugs are highly skilled and begin the rug making process by kneeling in front of a vertical wooden-framed loom. The designs are then put into place by using a shuttle to weave different colored yarn together, making large-scale geometric characters and designs. In the beginning, Navajo rugs as well as those of some other Southwest Indian tribes were made of hand-spun cotton thread. However, once the wool of domestic sheep was introduced to the region by the Spanish settlers, the people primarily used wool to make their colorful rugs and other traditional weaving.
Today, many of the modern southwestern rugs are made in areas where Spanish and Native American histories come together to create colorful designs. Southwest rugs, with their warm earth tone colors and traditional southwestern designs make them excellent for rustic home decorating. You will find everything from Zapotec rugs with no two alike, to southwest table runners and western tapestries. Designers love hand woven rugs because of the rich colors and textures. You too will enjoy the warmth and color created by decorating with southwestern rugs.
Customer Comments: The floor runners were of wonderful quality and were accurately represented... The selection and variety of southwest rugs is the best, largest,and most varied as any I've seen. Shipping and delivery were fast and came sooner than expected. I would strongly suggest this merchant. -Dianne, VT.
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