An Orange Burst! Antique, Vintage and New Rugs That Will Brighten Your Day!

Connie Lee

Connie Lee, Director of Antique & Vintage rugs

By Dorian Bernstein

I was instantly inspired to showcase some of our diverse rugs, in which orange is the primary color, when seeing Connie’s blood-orange sophisticated yet funky ensemble. Orange has this warmth effect; a feeling of comfort and elegance if used correctly.

Connie shows off her perfectly put together orange outfit. Below are some new, antique and vintage rugs that are beautifully constructed and have the color orange merely enhancing their beauty.

A New Tibetan Orange-Ombre Rug

A New Tibetan Orange-Ombre Rug

This new Orange-Ombre rug is a Tibetan design made of wool and silk. If you’re someone who’s concerned about the environment, much like us, our Tibetan rugs are crafted in an eco-friendly environment in a socially responsible manner. The use of different oranges in this Tibetan design draws you in and has the essence of a sunset.

A Vintage French Deco Rug, circa 1920

A Vintage French Deco Rug, circa 1920

This is an antique French Art Deco rug circa 1920. The deep red-orange color of this carpet, representing warmth, and its white medallion center, suggestive of a snow-flake, is a fascinating contradiction that really works.

An Antique Samarkand Rug, circa 1900

An Antique Samarkand Rug, circa 1900

This antique Samarkand rug is striking. The light orange glowing field makes for the perfect canvas to the unique geometric and floral designs.

A Swedish Pile Rug, circa 1940

A Swedish Pile Rug, circa 1940

This Swedish Pile rug has an almost tribal feel. It has beautiful shades of red and orange that could represent the colors of fire.

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