Indian Rugs

Among the world’s great carpet weaving nations, India sets itself apart through careful use of high-quality materials, redefined ... traditional design and scaled production. The origin of Indian carpets goes back to Emperor Akbar who ruled India in the 16th century. Following the Persian model, he introduced Persian workmen and established carpet factories in various key centers such as Agra, Lahore and Kashmir. It is generally believed that from Akbar’s time, a significant trade in Indian carpets sprung up and that the proliferation of production extended over the whole of India. Although much of the carpet production at this time was really only blanket work along with simple flat daris, the craft was laced with the family and civil life of the people. Indian carpets first came to European attention at the Great Exhibition of 1851 and have since continued to capture global appreciation for their aesthetics, representing India’s famed skills in color and embellishment.More

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  1. Indian Indian Gabbeh 8'0" x 11'0" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Indian Gabbeh 8'0" x 11'0" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  2. Indian Legacy 8'1" x 10'11" Hand-knotted Silk, Wool Rug Indian Legacy 8'1" x 10'11" Hand-knotted Silk, Wool Rug
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  3. Indian Indian Gabbeh 9'4" x 12'3" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Indian Gabbeh 9'4" x 12'3" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  4. Indian Finest Agra Jaipur 6'0" x 6'0" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Finest Agra Jaipur 6'0" x 6'0" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  5. Indian Finest Agra Jaipur 5'11" x 5'11" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Finest Agra Jaipur 5'11" x 5'11" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  6. Indian Finest Agra Jaipur 6'1" x 6'1" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Finest Agra Jaipur 6'1" x 6'1" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  7. Indian Finest Oushak 8'0" x 10'0" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Finest Oushak 8'0" x 10'0" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  8. Indian Finest Oushak 7'11" x 10'2" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Finest Oushak 7'11" x 10'2" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  9. Indian Finest Agra Jaipur 5'8" x 8'10" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Finest Agra Jaipur 5'8" x 8'10" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  10. Indian Finest Oushak 5'5" x 8'4" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Finest Oushak 5'5" x 8'4" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  11. Indian Finest Oushak 5'6" x 8'6" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Finest Oushak 5'6" x 8'6" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  12. Indian Jamshidpour 5'6" x 8'6" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Jamshidpour 5'6" x 8'6" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  13. Indian Serapi Heritage 3'11" x 5'9" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Serapi Heritage 3'11" x 5'9" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  14. Indian Finest Agra Jaipur 3'11" x 5'9" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Finest Agra Jaipur 3'11" x 5'9" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  15. Indian Legacy 4'1" x 6'4" Hand-knotted Viscose, Wool Rug Indian Legacy 4'1" x 6'4" Hand-knotted Viscose, Wool Rug
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  16. Indian Finest Oushak 10'1" x 14'3" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Finest Oushak 10'1" x 14'3" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  17. Indian Finest Agra Jaipur 9'0" x 9'0" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Finest Agra Jaipur 9'0" x 9'0" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  18. Indian Finest Agra Jaipur 10'0" x 10'0" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Finest Agra Jaipur 10'0" x 10'0" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  19. Indian Finest Agra Jaipur 6'0" x 6'0" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Finest Agra Jaipur 6'0" x 6'0" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  20. Indian Chobi Twisted 8'2" x 8'2" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Chobi Twisted 8'2" x 8'2" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  21. Indian Finest Agra Jaipur 8'0" x 8'0" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Finest Agra Jaipur 8'0" x 8'0" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  22. Indian Sultanabad 10'3" x 10'3" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Sultanabad 10'3" x 10'3" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  23. Indian Finest Agra Jaipur 4'0" x 6'0" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Finest Agra Jaipur 4'0" x 6'0" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  24. Indian Finest Agra Jaipur 8'1" x 8'1" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Finest Agra Jaipur 8'1" x 8'1" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  25. Indian Pearl 5'0" x 8'0" Hand Loomed Viscose Rug Indian Pearl 5'0" x 8'0" Hand Loomed Viscose Rug
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  26. Indian Pearl 5'0" x 8'0" Hand Loomed Viscose Rug Indian Pearl 5'0" x 8'0" Hand Loomed Viscose Rug
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  27. Indian Royal Oushak 3'0" x 5'0" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Royal Oushak 3'0" x 5'0" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  28. Indian Tangier 7'7" x 10'2" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Tangier 7'7" x 10'2" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  29. Indian Tangier 7'10" x 10'6" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Tangier 7'10" x 10'6" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  30. Indian Tangier 8'0" x 10'0" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Tangier 8'0" x 10'0" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  31. Indian Legacy 7'11" x 9'6" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Legacy 7'11" x 9'6" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  32. Indian Kashkuli Gabbeh 8'0" x 11'0" Hand Loomed Wool Rug Indian Kashkuli Gabbeh 8'0" x 11'0" Hand Loomed Wool Rug
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  33. Indian La Seda 8'0" x 10'0" Hand-knotted Silk, Wool Rug Indian La Seda 8'0" x 10'0" Hand-knotted Silk, Wool Rug
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  34. Indian Indian Gabbeh 7'9" x 9'6" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Indian Gabbeh 7'9" x 9'6" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  35. Indian Jamshidpour 7'10" x 9'8" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Jamshidpour 7'10" x 9'8" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  36. Indian Jamshidpour 7'9" x 9'9" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Jamshidpour 7'9" x 9'9" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  37. Indian Mamluk 8'1" x 9'11" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Mamluk 8'1" x 9'11" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  38. Indian Legacy 5'5" x 8'6" Hand-knotted Silk, Wool Rug Indian Legacy 5'5" x 8'6" Hand-knotted Silk, Wool Rug
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  39. Indian Legacy 5'0" x 8'0" Hand-knotted Silk, Wool Rug Indian Legacy 5'0" x 8'0" Hand-knotted Silk, Wool Rug
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  40. Indian Legacy 5'0" x 8'0" Hand-knotted Silk, Wool Rug Indian Legacy 5'0" x 8'0" Hand-knotted Silk, Wool Rug
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  41. Indian Legacy 5'2" x 8'2" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Legacy 5'2" x 8'2" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  42. Indian Legacy 5'1" x 8'1" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Legacy 5'1" x 8'1" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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  43. Indian Finest Oushak 5'6" x 8'5" Hand-knotted Wool Rug Indian Finest Oushak 5'6" x 8'5" Hand-knotted Wool Rug
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MORE ABOUT INDIAN RUGS

Our hand-knotted Indian rugs are crafted by skilled artisans who tie each knot by hand. Made from natural materials like wool and silk, each rug is incredibly durable and long-lasting. Classic Indian rug styles such as our Serapi Rug Collection feature deeply rich hues like rust, gold and navy, adding charm and richness to any space. Authentic Agra Carpets and Kashmir Rugs are inspired by Kashan, Esfahan and Kirman designs and beautifully depict Indian royalty through fine floral images and native animals in warm reds, yellows and browns. On the other hand, more modern Indian rug designs are rendered in a monochrome palette whereby the combination of wool and silk enhance the abstract pattern through organic high/low pile. If you are searching for a modern neutral rug browse our Indian Alma Collection.

How to Choose an Indian Rug?

Being such a vast country and home to a multitude of interwoven cultures, our collection of handmade Indian rugs comes in a diverse array of local styles. For richly colored, geometric patterns, turn to our Serapi Rug Collection. These timeless pieces put on display the quality of true expert artisan weavers. For an Indian rug that has drawn inspiration from antique Persian designs, explore our Royal Mahal Rug Collection. These 100% wool rugs are crafted using the finest weaving techniques and feature shades from a traditional color palette. For more of a blend of classical motifs with contemporary styles, peruse through our assortment of Finest Agra Jaipur rugs. These rugs present modern ideas whilst remaining grounded in their traditional roots.

Best Selling Indian Area Rug Collections

Gabbeh Rugs: For quality tribal pieces on a tighter budget, our Gabbeh Rug Collection is unmatched. These solid tonal rugs combine vibrant colors with rich textures and happen to be the easiest type rug to style given their monochrome and modern design. Available in an array of room sizes, a Gabbeh rug will instantly add an elevated and timeless look to any interior.

Serapi Rugs: Well-crafted and authentically handmade, our selection of Indian Serapi Rugs feature rare Persian Heriz designs and luxurious weaves. These bordered rugs with intricate geometric motifs are made of 100% natural wool, delivering comfort and durability under foot.

Jamshidpour Rugs: Earthy tones and traditional floral motifs come together in our elegant Jamshidpour Collection. The sophisticated patterns inspire a sense of amazement without being distractingly busy. A feast for the eyes, these Indian rugs will adorn your home for a lifetime.

How to Maintain Antique & New Indian Rugs?

Collectors of antique and new Indian rugs understand that proper care and regular upkeep preserves and even appreciates the value of their investment. While wool rugs do an incredible job at hiding dirt, these pieces will over time undergo wear and as such accumulate abrasive dirt that if left to fester can damage the rug’s fibers and foundation. This type of damage cannot be undone, and as more and more dirt penetrate the fibers it leads to a loss of color and vibrancy making the rug appear dull. Rather than wait till your rug looks dirty to bring it in for a clean, we recommend you incorporate a few at-home care practices that will help extend the life and sheen of your rug. Regular vacuuming of your Indian area rug will help to eliminate dirt and particles. Firstly, be sure to turn the beater bar off as the aggressive motorized brush can break the surface fibers of your rug. Next, vacuum sideways across the width of the rug and across the direction of the pile. At all costs avoid vacuuming over the fringe as rotating brushes will quickly tear the fringe. If your rug has a thin foundation with a pile, we recommend using an upholstery attachment and vacuuming in the direction of the pile only. Don’t be aggressive and apply too much pressure. The goal is to keep the buildup of dust and grit to a minimum. In general, you want to vacuum the top of your rug every 1 to 2 weeks depending on the traffic they are getting and their location in your home. Every other month, vacuum the backside of the rug as this will help to keep moth and bug activity to a minimum.

Discounted Indian Rugs

Every month, a handful of Indian area rugs are handpicked and added to our Clearance area rug collection. We believe that an Indian rug can find its way in any home as their workmanship and design are incredibly versatile. If you happen to be unfamiliar with Indian carpets but wish to try out a piece without breaking the bank, then head over to our Closeout Rugs section. All rugs in Closeout are up to 80% off traditional retail pricing and ship free of charge.