25 Rugs Greener Than the Grass Beneath Our Feet

We've curated rugs in this year's most coveted color: green.



1. Brooklyn-based contemporary artist Fernando Mastrangelo designed the Linea rug for Edward Fields with striations of color. 

2. Made in Morocco, the Athena Calderone-designed Boundaries rug for Beni Rugs is handwoven in 100-percent wool in sage and natural colors.  

3. Take a walk on the wild side with New Moon’s Izzy’s Giungla rug. The whimsical jungle pattern is woven by hand with Tibetan wool and Chinese silk.

4. Doris Leslie Blau’s vintage Scandinavian rug is a midcentury high-low design, created and woven by Sigvard Bernadotte.  

5. Hailing from the Tessellate Collection for Tufenkian, the Adamento rug in Olive is both visual and tactile with color blocks in a mixed pile and flatweave profile.

6. EQ3’s Tofino dhurrie rug is made on a Punja loom in India. The graphic pattern incorporates teals, from light to dark.  

7. A cool mix of colors is used for the hand-hooked cotton rug Veer in Tropical Mist, from Patterson Flynn Martin. 



8. In facets of emerald green and deep blue, Mattis, from the Scott Group Studio’s Boundless collection, mixes texture and tone and is hand-tufted in wool and silk in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  

9. The Little Field of Flowers rug by Nanimarquina is handloomed and filled with felt flowers for a soft landing underfoot. 

10. Marc Phillips’ kilim rug is handwoven in wool in a graphic green and yellow combination.  

11. Created in collaboration with designer Amy Lau, Prisma by Kyle Bunting uses shape, color and texture to create a sense of movement and depth and is fully customizable.

12. The Kelly rug from Lulu and Georgia displays a subtle texture in a hand-knotted and hand-carved geometric design.  

13. Emulating the Bauhaus style of Josef Albers, Ken Fulk designed the Ken’s Lines rug for Pierre Frey utilizing vertical stripes in alternating lengths of color. Hand-tufted wool and silk create dimensional impact.  

14. Tamam’s midcentury rug is of Turkish descent, hand-knotted in wool on cotton.  

15. Designed by midcentury textile designer Märta Måås-Fjetterström, the intersecting lines of dark and light shades create a rhythmic flow in the vintage Scandinavian rug from the Nazmiyal Collection.  

16. Elizabeth Eakins’ Cloth collection includes the Diamond Zigzag Loop rug, shown here in Green Melange. It can be custom made to suit color and size requirements.

17. The Disco rug from Élitis is suitable for outdoor use and is composed of recycled material. It is handmade from thread-bound braids assembled together.

18. This Ore rug is just an example of the many options available from Rug Artisan. Customization software allows you to design your own work of art by selecting the material, color, size and shape.


19. This Swedish flatweave, circa 1979, from FJ Hakimian is graphic in design and loaded with color in a lively combination of greens, orange and brown.

20. A Wilton wool loop pile carpet from Stark sports an overall diamond pattern.  

21. Revival Rugs’ Eracle rug is one-of-a-kind, hand-knotted by Beni Ourain tribes in the Middle Atlas mountains of Morocco.

22. A tropical paradise beckons in the Monstera rug from Erik Lindström. Designed by Elena Manferdini for the Botanical collection, the rug is hand-tufted in a wool and silk loop pile.

23. Inspired by the fab ’60s, Breaker Bay from Lucy Tupu will stop you in your tracks. The flat-woven construction is achieved in Tibetan wool and can be made-to-order in a choice of yarn, construction, color or size.

24. Safavieh offers the classic style of Ralph Lauren in a moderate price point. The traditional pattern of this Lauren Ralph Lauren rug is hand-tufted in a dark green wool.

25. Running in circles, the Zoe Rev rug by Paola Lenti is sewn in a spiral-like pattern with one- or two-color cords. Available through West | Out East