Transitional Rugs

Not to be bound by antiquity alone and for those who wish to choose the Buddha’s renowned and practical middle-path between old and new, Transitional rugs or Casual Rugs are a mixture of traditional and contemporary/modern rugs. They are generally used as informal rugs and usually have a not-so-elaborate to simple patterns. They are made using wool, viscose and other fibers like polypropylene, acrylic, nylon etc. The use of these fibers (sometimes in combination with one or more) gives added texture, look and comfortable feel to these rugs. If you find these to modern for you take you might want to check out our Oushak Rugs.

Transitional Rugs below are just a representation of what you will find in our huge showroom. Because of thousands of rugs in our inventory & monthly new shipments it is not practical to show all the rug pictures online. If you do not find what you are looking for, please feel free to call us at (404)367-0001 or email us via Contact Us form.

Not to be bound by antiquity alone and for those who wish to choose the Buddha’s renowned and practical middle-path between old and new, Transitional rugs or Casual Rugs are a mixture of traditional and contemporary/modern rugs. They are generally used as informal rugs and usually have a not-so-elaborate to simple patterns. They are made using wool, viscose and other fibers like polypropylene, acrylic, nylon etc. The use of these fibers (sometimes in combination with one or more) gives added texture, look and comfortable feel to these rugs. If you find these to modern for you take you might want to check out our Oushak Rugs.

Transitional Rugs below are just a representation of what you will find in our huge showroom. Because of thousands of rugs in our inventory & monthly new shipments it is not practical to show all the rug pictures online. If you do not find what you are looking for, please feel free to call us at (404)367-0001 or email us via Contact Us form.

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