These are ideal for a casual dining area/room. Make sure you have about 2 feet from edge of table to edge of rug. On Your Floor: An 8’x8’ rug usually ensures dining chairs can be pulled out and all 4 legs sit on the rug. 6’x6’ rugs are a little too small for dining areas. […]
Hides: Great for small living rooms → looks better in the middle of the room than a 5×8 or 6×9 → looks more purposeful Highlight a specific area/sitting area to make it pop. Under a small/casual dining table. This organic shape gives you a lot of options when positioning your furniture/living area.
Poly is synthetic material used in the construction of machine made rugs. Machines can use this material to mimic the look of a hand-knotted rug. This is a cost effective alternative to wool or any other natural material. At Green Front, all our machine made rugs are located in Building 7. Machine made rugs produce […]
Cow Hides Each cow hide is unique. Each has its own distinct color, pattern and swirls of texture. Hides are great for areas where space is limited. When working with hides, you don’t have to stick to any of the rules. Creativity is key. The occasional spot clean might be required, the variation of colors […]
Cotton is a primary material for almost every hand-knotted rug. The warp and the weft—the vertical and horizontal skeleton of a rug—is often made from cotton, allowing it to hold its shape. A standard wool rug is roughly 20% cotton and 80% wool. Although most rugs contain some degree of cotton, when Green Front refers […]
Jute is a natural, plant based, fiber used to weave rugs in India. The fiber is woven into a thick strands to create a number of designs. Jute is both cost effective, natural, and incredibly durable. Because it is a natural fiber, most jute rugs feature natural or earth tones. For those seeking something a […]
A Sari silk rug is the epitome of upcycling. Traditional silk saris worn by millions of Indian women are inherently delicate, but also vibrant and beautiful. Instead of throwing out worn or damaged saris, rug manufactures collect the material. The saris are deconstructed and spun into a beautiful, vibrant yarn. The yarn is finally hand […]
Bamboo silk is a soft, synthetic silk blend with a shiny luster. Used in conjunction with wool, bamboo silk highlights make a rug pop without the cost of real silk. Usually found in transition and contemporary rug styles, this material is very popular with rug manufacturers in India. Whereas 100% pure viscose or bamboo silk […]
Silk is an expensive but stunning material found in our rugs. Silk yarn highlights design details in traditional, transitional and contemporary rugs. The sheen and texture of this yarn lends a lavish and luxurious finish. In many instances, the silk content of a traditionally designed rug ranges from 10% to 25%. Many transitional and contemporary […]
Rug manufacturers will use either local Indian wool, or imported New Zealand wool, known for its subtle shine. Easily dyed and spun into yarn, wool is the standard for every rug-producing country in years past and present. Wool rugs can contain a variety of knot counts and levels of pile. The higher the quality of […]
Rug pads are a new rug’s best friend, and we source ours directly from here in the United States. Rugs pads prevent slipping while adding additional softness and support to the rug. At $1.10 a square foot, they increase the life of your rug and can be custom cut to any size. On your floor: […]
Cow hides are airfreighted to Green Front straight from Brazil. Cutting out the middleman gives you the best prices available on these stunning pieces. Brazilian hides are known for their exotic patterns and stripes. The variety in hides results from the intermingling between various herds. Brindle hides, for example, have a slightly tiger-striped look with […]
Green Front sources all of their sheep hides from Argentina. The hides are directly airfreighted, ensuring the best possible price, as these luxurious pieces arrive straight from the source. On your floor: Available in a variety of sizes and two colors – black and white – sheep hides make the perfect cozy accent thrown over […]
Green Front’s sampling of Moroccan rugs ranges from the quintessential Berber pattern to vibrant rag rugs. Moroccan rugs are identified by their tribal design, including their linear motifs and their chunky pile. Many of the rag rugs, formally called boucherouite rugs, are woven by women in villages using only rags and scraps of discarded clothing. […]
Iran has one of the richest weaving cultures in the world. Although each village or town has their own unique style and pattern, rugs from Iran are often more broadly identified as Persian rugs. Different motifs and colors identify where the rug was woven. For example, Heriz design rugs are from the town of Heriz […]
Turkish rugs make up the majority of our vintage rug collection. Vintage Kilims are flat weaves, similar in construction to a tapestry. Distressed Anatolian rugs have muted, soft tones with geometric motifs. Turkey also provides Green Front with a wide selection of overdyed rugs and rug poufs, as well as vintage Kilim and overdyed pillows. […]
Pakistan is Green Front’s second largest source for rugs after India. Pakistan rugs are usually either overdyed or Afghan Oushaks. Note that many rugs shipped out of Pakistan are sourced from villages and markets in Afghanistan. Overdyed rugs are created by taking an old rug with a drab color and generously applying vibrant dyes, usually […]
Green Front sources the majority of their rugs from this massive subcontinent. Den and Dickie Crallé make frequent buying trips to the densely-populated country to select our Indian rugs by hand. Unlike some of the more traditional styles, India is constantly pushing the boundaries for what a rug can be with their creative use of […]
5′ x 8′ rugs are an excellent transitional size for spaces that are somewhere in the middle: larger than a hallway but smaller than a dining room. Like 4′ x 6′ rugs, these also play well with other rugs. Like the 6′ x 9′ rugs, they can work to pull together a larger space. On […]
The largest standard size Green Front carries. We have to keep them folded up, but don’t hesitate to ask one of our sales associates to lay one out. We usually have the same designs in smaller sizes. On Your Floor Large living room and seating areas will be able to have all legs of sofa/chairs/tables […]
10′ x14′ is the largest size we display on the racks. Located in Building 4, 10′ x 14′ rugs seem to look much larger when hanging up, but once you see one on the floor, you can tell that it will make a perfect anchor for any extra large living space.
9′ x 12′ rugs are ideal for a larger living areas or bedrooms with a king bed. Transitional and contemporary rugs tend to look better in a 9′ x 12′ size (or larger) since the design has more space to develop. On Your Floor: Ideal for many dining rooms because you can usually keep all […]
8′ x 10′ rugs fit living rooms, bedrooms with queen beds, dens and smaller dining rooms. On Your floor: For living rooms or seating areas, remember all furniture feet don’t have to touch the rug. Opt for a 8′ x 10′ rug or larger if that’s very important to you. 8′ x 10′ rugs can […]
6′ x 9′ rugs are just large enough to be considered area rugs. This is an ideal rug size for small spaces or for helping define a specific part of a larger room, especially with an open floor plan. On Your Floor: 6′ x 9′ rugs can be used as the focal point for a […]
3′ x 5′ rugs are highly versatile. They are great for kitchens, entryways or small hallways. On Your Floor: A great size to put on the sides of your bed instead of investing in an area rug. Great for a kitchen in-between the counter and island.
A great size for a kitchen, bathroom or small entry way. 2.5′ x 4′ rugs will be found with the 2′ x 3”s at the front of Building 1. While we carry Persians and other rugs of similar sizes in the rummage pile in Building 7; please note they will not be standard sizes.
2’x3′ rugs are perfect as doormats or bathroom throws. They are great for kitchens, too. Located in Building 1. The rummage pile in Building 7 is filled with small rugs, including 2’x3’s. On Your Floor Find a matching pair for the bathroom or kitchen for in front of the sinks Use under the front door
Flatweave rugs include dhurries and kilims. These rug don’t have a pile, therefore the moniker flatweave. Featuring tribal patterns, these rugs often come in 5’x8’. Kilims usually have a higher knot count that dhurries and tribal looks. On Your Floor: Smaller kilims or dhurries can be layered together to cover a larger area and give […]
Can be used indoors or out. These durable rugs help anchor your outdoor living space with style and substance. Usually made from a polyester blend, these rugs can hold up to anything the weather can throw at it. Found in Building 7 and in the outdoor sections of Building 8 and 10.
Our rug pad is made from recycled materials right here in the USA. Our felt pad helps keep rugs situated on hardwood floors and in high traffic areas. The pad not only adds a layer of comfort on your feet but helps protect your rug and floor from the wear and tear of life. Only […]
From Iran. Traditional or tribal. Floral or geometric. These 100% pure wool rugs come in a multitude of sizes and designs. They are sourced from villages across the country, each with their own take/design. A Heriz, from Heriz, rug has a very distinct motif and colorpalette. These will differ in size, color, and motifs from […]
Green Front is currently importing cowhides from Brazil and sheep hides from Argentina. Our Brazilian cowhides come in a wide array of sizes and hide patterns. Depending on how you use your hide, you can go for a southwest feel or even mid-century modern. Use them in isolation, or overlay two together. If you’re getting […]
Vintage rugs are usually older rugs, not necessarily antiques. They could have been in a Turkish home for years, or in some cases the rug was produced to look vintage. Many of these rugs have a washed-out patina or wear marks. But they have the most character. Vintage rugs that can be thrown down add […]
Abstract. These rugs don’t bring in subtle hints of designs from traditional rugs. Contemporary rugs are boundless in their creative appeal. Closer resembling abstract paintings than rugs, these pieces of floor art can establish a clean, modern vibe. Borders don’t exist, the rules don’t exist. Materials and colors co-exist in a piece verging on the […]
Hand woven from jute in India, these natural fiber floor coverings add a causal base layer to any room in your home. Depending on what you work with, you can easily dress it up or down. Layer it with other rugs or hides or just let the jute do the talking. The rugs vary in […]
Moroccan is a broad style header for a multitude of tribal and Moroccan motifs found in today’s rug industry. The classic organic, all-over Moroccan designs, usually handmade in India and Pakistan, to actual berber and rag rugs actually made in Morocco. These natural, free-form designs add a hint of Bohemian sophistication to any room. Moroccan […]
Let’s say you have an old rug without a lot of attitude. Image if that rug was bright turquoise or magenta! Overdyed rugs are usually created by using an array of dyes and washes to “over-dye” the existing rug. The existing designs and motif will stay intact, but the overall color of the rug will […]
On trend colors, Exaggerated or all-over patterns, Liberal use of different materials, All-over designs With or without borders. Take a traditional rug or motif and change it up. On trend colors or patterns give these rugs an updated, fresh look. Maybe a traditional motif is exaggerated in scale or a pattern is contained without a […]
Timeless, “Oriental”, Deep Red, Medallions, Floral These are the first images that comes to mind when you think of the word rug, especially oriental rug. Traditional rugs covers a vast array of motifs from many different locales. Floral, medallion and geometric patterns all can be considered traditional rugs. Many of the motifs are based on […]
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