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Distressed look rugs.
Contemporary decor preferences are indulged in the trendsetting styling and addictive look of monaco.
Safavieh monaco mnc208m ivory blue area rug.
Its rugged raw jute fibers will stand up to heavy foot traffic in your entryway living room or eating areas while its charming color and heirloom look will update any room that needs a little style lift.
It s not uncommon for customers to get 15 25 off the list price after negotiating.
A brilliant blend of distressed finish colors displayed in soft cotton revive the classic motifs of classic vintage area rugs for a look ideally styled for for today s eclectic decorating preferences.
The classic vintage rug collection transforms traditional rug artistry into fashion smart decor with antique look flat weave area rugs.
Orian wild weave distressed kirman sunshine area rug.
Rich royal blues and reds are muted by a distressed look for a more casual take on traditional oriental rugs.
Blending an antique look with a modern distressed rug creates the most on trend vintage rugs that are versatile for any modern or traditional decor.
Free spirited and vibrantly colored the safavieh monaco collection imparts boho chic flair on fanciful motifs and classic rug designs.
Our orian distressed borego medallion white rug is a distressed rug that draws on repeating patterns and deep colors with neutral backing to make a flawless look.
Prices for most distressed rugs on 1stdibs are negotiable.
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Many of these rugs are crafted of 100 percent wool which promises durability.
Distressed area rugs at pottery barn deliver a high quality construction that will hold up well for years to come.
Orian bohemian distressed borego medallion white area rug.
Distressed medallion design vintage area rug.
Many vendors are keen to take cheap undesirable rugs and shave them down on purpose to give them a distressed look before overdyeing a process that moradzadeh likens to intentionally distressing.