For those looking more for a rug with texture, rather than pattern.
A skewed view of our tartan pattern.
A rug that always shows you where you're headed.
One of our recent favorites. Adding noise or texture to a traditional pattern is big in 2015.
With eight possible colors, you can make this custom rug into the perfect piece for your room.
A really fun and busy pattern that requires a large size or high knot count to do the pattern justice.
Our high-impact version of Frosted Pane.
This low contrast variation of our design called Black Fire shows how different a single pattern can be made to look.
An ancient traditional rug design element repurposed into a more modern all-over pattern.
A more subtle and abstract take on our Compass Rose. This one works better where furniture will be placed on it.
A great texture pattern that can be the quiet foundation or loud statement for whatever your space requires. Recolor it in our app to make it yours.
Shown here in traditional colors, but you can go as crazy as you want.
A more muted version of our popular all-over pattern.
A detailed pattern suitable for larger sizes.
A great example of how a photo (or part of one) can be turned into a rug. Interesting 3D effects can be achieved with careful color selections.
A fun and simple pattern that can be made to match the colors in your room.
A great new pattern for 2015.
This simple two color design will look great in a variety of color combinations.
Like probing a tub of goo.
A 3 color pattern reminiscent of contrasting paints being mixed manually.
Fields of color make this a versatile pattern.
Striated patterns like these add a fun and hip accent to virtually any space. Just choose a few colors to tie in and you are done.