Transitional Khotan Style Rug with Modern Tribal Design in Muted Colors, 9'09" x 14'04" From Esmaili Rugs Collection. 

This beautiful transitional rug features a Khotan design with a traditional prominent medallion design like most carpets from East Turkestan and Khotan. Providing an element of comfort, artistic statement and functional versatility, this transitional rug creates a quiet sophistication and soothing elegance. The large scale motifs meandering throughout the field evoke an elegant ambiance without overwhelming the overall decor of a room. A geometric border adds depth and warmth while injecting a bit of earthiness into a neutral color combination to make the space more welcoming. Showcasing a subdued composition with an assortment of tribal symbols in a muted color palette, this Khotan design rug radiates a coastal style vibe.

Transitional Khotan Style Rug with Modern Tribal Design in Muted Colors


Welcome to the Antique Rug Gallery of Esmaili Rugs and Antiques, Inc. By traveling the world, browsing local street markets and establishing relationships with overseas rug makers, Mr. Ali Esmaili provides his customers with the most sought-after, hard-to-find antique rugs that exude exotic artistry, enthralling designs and remarkable shades of colors you never knew existed. Owning one of the most impressive antique rug collections in Dallas, TX as well as all of the southern U.S., we warmly invite you to explore the fascinating, beautiful world of handmade antique rugs ready to grace homes, commercial buildings and hospitality facilities. From traditional to contemporary and transitional to Mid-Century Modern, our rug inventory provides fresh, colorful and fashionable options for nearly any design preference and budget. It's time you experience a new era in Oriental rugs! Our History At A Glance Ali Esmaili grew up in his family's Oriental rug store and became a key contributor right here in Dallas, Texas. He was destined to follow in his family's footsteps from one of the greatest generations, and as such would be the one building his family's legacy. - Contact at  
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