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TUN298L Rug from Tunisia collection.  Rustic and casual, the Tunisia collection by Safavieh celebrates the rug weaving traditions of North Africa's ancient Berber tribes. Their simple geometric stripes, triangle and diamond motifs are the inspiration for soothing designs for rugs that are power loomed of long-wearing polypropylene in a palette of natural mountain-wool tones.

Rug TUN298L - Tunisia Area Rugs by

Area rug is part of the Safavieh Tunisia Rugs collection. Shapes available: Large Rectangle Rug, Runner Rug, Small Rectangle Rug, Medium Rectangle Rug.

AFRICAN DESIGN RUGS | RUGS FOR SALE

Beautiful African motifs and textures with excellent geometrical designs and brownish colors that contribute even more to the whole African effect.

African bride and groom by artist Made Seni Budiarta - Home By Tribal. Stunning!

theiainteriordesign: “African bride and groom by artist Made Seni Budiarta - Home By Tribal.

Modern Geometric Pattern Rugs Gallery: Shoowa, African Design Rug, Hand-knotted in Nepal; size: 8 feet 0 inch(es) x 10 feet 0 inch(es)

Modern Geometric Pattern Rugs Gallery: Shoowa, African Design Rug, Hand-knotted in Nepal; size: 8 feet 0 inch(es) x 10 feet 0 inch(es); via Landry and Arcari

Rug ~ “Hanbel” from the Berber people of Morocco | ca. early 20th century | Wool

Africa, rug ~ “Hanbel” from the Berber people of Morocco, early century, wool.

Colorful Moroccan | From a unique collection of antique and modern moroccan and north african rugs at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/rugs-carpets/moroccan-rugs/

Colorful Moroccan

Rugs arrived cleaned and prepared to use. No 2 rugs are ever the same, making them extra unique. I will inform you this when you find the ideal rug save those pennies it’ll be completely well…

Handwoven West African fabric - from the book African Textiles by John Gillow, that showcases some of the most beautiful weaving, dyeing, and embroidery techniques used in textile history.

FABRIC Handwoven West African fabric - from the book African Textiles by John Gillow, that showcases some of the most beautiful weaving, dyeing, and embroidery techniques used in textile history.

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