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American Dakota uses many different types of dyes to achieve their vibrant, colorful geometric patterns. Their color palettes, filled with a diverse range of colors, were inspired by the plant and mineral dyes found in the natural beauty of the American Southwest, as well as the natural earth tones that adorned Native American decor.
American Dakota uses yarns made from premium EnduraStran nylon – a soft, sustainable, and eco-friendly material – the same yarn system found in airport carpets. The rugs surpass a commercial-grade rating, meaning they can withstand generations and generations of wear and tear, becoming heirloom pieces for your family. Check out their fair trade rugs above and enjoy the absolute best deals anywhere on all American Dakota area rugs. Browse our room-transforming product offerings to pair with your current Native American style home interior decor (rugs, pillows, furniture, tapestry, and other home decor items, etc.) at an affordable price.
“I actually got into the rug game by working at American Dakota. I got an internship there in high school when American Dakota was just getting started. I worked one-on-one with the CEO as I did web design, graphic design, video marketing, and I even designed an area rug featuring intricate patterns inspired by the Sioux community. It was a really awesome experience and I’m glad that I’ve been able to maintain my professional relationship with American Dakota.
They’re a really great small company, surrounded by the textile giants of Northwest Georgia. They do a great job of personifying the Western and Southwest style that is so prevalent in their hand-woven, colorful, and soft area rugs. They are also heavily involved in charitable giving, especially concerning the well-being, protection, and rights of the Native American people and their sacred lands. I feel honored to be able to carry their products because they are a company that holds so true to its values and honors the artists and designers that influenced their work.
American Dakota will also collaborate with other designers and artists. For instance, their rugs Rectangle, Red & Black, Moon Mask, and Raven were all part of a collaboration with wood sculpting artist Rande Cook.” – Connor Butterworth, Southwestern Rugs Depot, Owner
Now is the perfect time to add extra charm to your home with American Dakota rugs, as they are currently available on sale. We don’t offer too many sales, so don’t miss this opportunity to grab your favorite rug at a discounted price. Our rugs are made 100% in the USA on American machines. We also offer free shipping to the USA and Canada. With a variety of sizes to choose from, there’s an American Dakota rug and pattern suitable for every room. Be sure to keep an eye out for the next coupon for our email subscribers that offers discounts on these already fantastic deals. American Dakota rugs are inspired by the traditional, handwoven or loom made wool / cotton / jute / silk rugs of the Sioux, Crow, Blackfoot, Cherokee, Navajo, Hopi, Zuni, and Ojibwe designs.
American Dakota rugs are made from high-quality nylon. Nylon is becoming more and more popular for rugs made in the US. That is because nylon is extremely durable. It is also great at preventing stains and hiding dirt. Nylon is also mildew and flame-resistant. Take your house or cabin space up a notch by adding a piece of art on your floor. To learn more about our company and to see more rugs, check out our homepage for more Southwestern area rugs featuring intricate patterns that capture the spirit of Americana and evoke a sense of the great outdoors.
American Dakota rugs are inspired by the style of the natural, geometric, handwoven carpets of the Navajo people. These rugs were made by hand or on a loom, similar to how you might create a tapestry. The design of these handwoven Navajo rugs were typically created using wool, cotton, jute, or silk. The most apparent element of these rugs were their striking colors. However, they are still easy to pair with more modern furniture and interior design in any room of your house.
American Dakota rugs can easily add a statement piece to your floor and improve your overall interior design. These rugs can not only live in your house, but they can also serve as a piece of geometric furniture that is passed down through generations thanks to their great durability and longevity. These rugs have the same great, vibrant colors, but are much more durable than rugs made on a loom (made from silk, jute, cotton, wool, etc.).