Southwestern Rugs Depot
The Ultimate Destination to Buy Premium Authentic Southwestern Area Rugs Online.
We are the ultimate destination to buy premium southwest area rugs online. Every day, we strive to offer new southwest style products at the lowest prices we can. Everything in our store is are made for durability and ease of cleaning. Additionally, we choose to only utilize the finest EnduraStran nylon. This means our products are anti-microbial and fire resistant. Also, our Loc-Bak technology ensures that all of our products lay flat and won’t get bunched on furniture or corners.
All of our products are proudly made in the U.S.A. We use dyes to get our vibrant and precise colors. Furthermore, our rugs surpass a commercial-grade rating. This means that they are among the most durable flooring products on the market today. They are made to order then undergo a rigorous inspection process. This process ensures that we only send our customers the finest products possible. We are also very happy to announce that since opening our doors, we have sent zero waste to the landfills. We recycle everything. We believe that you stay competitive in business without creating waste or outsourcing much-needed manufacturing jobs.
Currently, we offer over one hundred unique rug designs. And we are constantly expanding our product line to better serve our customers. We find inspiration for new designs everywhere. We especially love to pull our colors from the natural landscapes of the American southwest, which is why you find many earth tones complemented by bright red (dirt and clay) and blues (the sky) in many of our designs.
Choosing a Rug
First off, you need to figure out what area rug shape you’d like to go with. Rectangular rugs are the most popular, but we also have circular, square, and 2x8ft runners. Remember when you’re picking out the rug size for your space, it typically looks better if all of the furniture is completely on the rug, but you can get away with just making sure that all of the legs of the furniture are on the rug. We always recommend measuring the space before ordering. You can find the exact rug measurements on our product pages so that you make sure that you’re ordering the perfect size.
When thinking about what pattern to go with, there are a few things to consider. First off, you need to find a southwest style design that really catches your eye. Then look to see if there are different colors to choose from. If there are, then you should go with the color that more closely matches the interior design of your home. If you can find the colors in your home are also in one of the pattern colors of the rug then that is most likely the better fit. You can also try visualizing the rug in the space or maybe even print out a photo and hold it out in front of you. If that doesn’t work, and you’d like our input, please feel free to reach out to us. We’ll love to help if you’re stuck and can’t make up your mind.
We’re really grateful to be able to be able to partner with other like-minded and ethical brands and designers. Brands like American Dakota, the small rug shop located in Northwest Georgia. We only carry products from brands and designers that match up with our company’s core values and style. Brands that care about the working conditions of the plants that make up every single material that goes into our rugs. Brands that care about the style, art, culture, and history of the American Southwest. Brands that are cognizant and respectful of the plight of the Native American people in our country, the people whose culture so heavily influences the style of the rugs we offer today. And most importantly, brands that never put business above customer service. We love our customers and are so grateful for the privilege that they afford us to pursue our passions and do the work that we love every single day.
Southwestern style is a hard aesthetic to pin down specifically what it is. It is heavily influenced by Native American or Navajo and western style, but it is still its own unique animal. Southwest style is typically characterized by rocky textures, earth tones, hand-crafted objects, and brightly colored fabric.
This style was often the result of the resourcefulness of its originators. They made almost everything by hand and this leads to a level of detail and pride in the products that is, unfortunately, lacking in our modern, mass-produced society.
The specific colors of southwest style are very important in both recognizing it and staying authentic to the design. A traditional palette consists of adobe red, cactus green, and desert-toned neutral hues. Splices of dusty orange, bright yellow, and turquoise are also indicative.
If you have any comments or questions, please reach out to us on our contact page. We love to chat with our customers! Also, be sure to check out our southwestern rugs on our shop page.
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